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VEGETABLE CROPS 



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VOLUME II 




COMMERCIAL ACREAGE BY COUNTIES 
Seasons 1939-40 to 1945-46 

TOTAL ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, AND VALUE 
OF COMMERCIAL CROPS 
Fall 1936 to Spring 1946 

CARLOT SHD7MENTS BY RAIL OR BOAT 

Seasons 1928-29 to 1945-46 



FLORIDA CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTING SERVICE 
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



Prepared by 



J. B. Owens 

Truck Crop Statistician 



G. N. Rose 

Associate Agricultural Economist 



J. C. TOWNSEND, Jr. 
Agricultural Statistician, In Charge 



December 1946 



UNITED STATES 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
Bureau of Agricultural Economics 



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 
AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 
Department of Agricultural Economics 



Counties of Florida 




FLORIDA TYPE OF FARMING AREAS 



Prepared by the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Agricultural Economics. September 1, 1945. 



Sources of Information: 



1. Land in farms — Aerophotographs. 

2. Type of farming areas — United States Census data and technical agricultural workers. 



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GENERAL FARMING 



CITRUS 



1. Escambia — Potatoes 

2. Northwestern Florida — Cotton, 

Peanuts 

3. Gadsden — Shade Tobacco 

4. Madison — Shade Tobacco 

5. North Florida — Flue-cured Tobacco, Cotton 

6. North Central Florida — Watermelons, Po- 
tatoes, other truck; some citrus 



TRUCK 



7. St. Johns River 

8. Central Florida — some truck 

9. Indian River 

10. Lower Indian River — some truck 

11. Gulf Coast 

12. Peace River Flatwoods — considerable truck 

13. Ridge 

14. Hastings — Potatoes, Cabbage 

15. Sanford — Celery, Cabbage 

16. Oviedo — Celery 

17. Zellwood — Celery 

18. Plant City — Strawberries 

19. Manatee — Tomatoes; some citrus 

20. Sarasota — Celery 

21. Caloosahatchee River — some citrus 

22. Collier — Tomatoes 

23. Lake Okeechobee — Beans, Celery, Cabbage, 
Potatoes, Sugar Cane 

24. Pompano — Beans, Peppers 

25. Lower East Coast — Tomatoes; some citrus 

26. Dade — Tomatoes, Potatoes, Beans, Avo- 
cados; some citrus 

27. Jacksonville— Dairy, Poultry, Market Gar- 
dens (adjacent to large towns and cities) 

28. Fellsmere — Sugar Cane 

UNSHADED AREAS — Little Agriculture; forest; 
marsh; cut over land; range for cattle and hogs 



OTHER 




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BEANS, LIMA. 1-3 

WINTER - Acres for harvest, by Counties 1 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 1 

Acreage and production by Counties, 1946.... ..1 

SPRING - Acres for harvest by Counties 2 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 2 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 2 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties .3 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 3 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 3 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months (Season 1945-46) .... 13 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat; 1928-29 to 1945-46 13 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents 14 

(All rail shipments are snap and limas combined) 
BEANS, SNAP . .... '. 4 - 13 

FALL - Acres for harvest, by Counties; (Fresh and Processing) 4 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fresh) 4 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Processing) 4 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fr. I; Proc.)....5 
Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945 5 

17INTER - Acres for harvest by Counties (Fresh and Processing) 6 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fresh) 6 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Processing) 6 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fr. & Proc.)....6 
Acreage a.nd production by Counties and Areas, 1946 7 

SPRING - Acres for harvest by Counties (Fresh and Processing). 7 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fresh) 8 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Processing) 8 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fr. & Proc.)....8 
Acreage and production by Covin ties and Areas, 1946 9 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties (Fresh and Processing) 10 

Acreage, production and value: State Summary (Fresh) 10 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (processing) ... .11 
Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fr. & Proc.)...ll 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945-46 12 

SHIPMENTS - County shipments by months (Rail), 1945-46 (inc. limas) 15 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat, 1928-29 to 1945-46 13 

Shipments by truck in carlot eauivalents 13 

CABBAGE 14 - 17 

Y.INTER - Acres for harvest by Counties and Areas..... 14 

Acreage, production end value; State Summary 15 

Acreage .and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 ..15 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months (Season 1945-46) ... .16 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat, 1928-29 to 1945-46 17 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents 17 

CANTALOUPS 1 ? " 18 

SPRING - Acres for harvest by Counties I 7 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 18 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 18 

CARROTS 1S " 19 

W3 TER - Acres for harvest by Counties, 1945 and 1946 18 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary » 18 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 19 

SJUFKWTS ~ County carlot shipments (Rail) by months (Season 1945-46) .... 19 
Carlot shipments by rail or boat; 1941-42 to 1945-46 19 

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CAULIPLO "22 19 - 20 

**J&T%& ~ Ac-res for harvest by Counties; 1945 end 1946... 19 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary. . - ........19 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946...... 20 

SHIPMEN TS - County carlot shipments (Hail) by months; Season 1945-46 20 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat; 1940-41 to 1945-45 20 

C LERY ......20 - 24 

'.'IF T?M - Acres for harvest by Counties 20 

• -Acreage, production and value; State Nummary 21 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 ....21 

SPUING - Acres for harvest by Counties ....... ..21 

Acreage , production and value ; State Summary, .22 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 22 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties (By Seasons)........ ......22 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary .........23 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 23 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months; Season 1945-45. .... .23 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat; 1928-29 to 1945-46 ....24 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents . . ...24 

CUCITSERS .24 - 31 

PALL - Acres for harvest by Counties .24 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary. . 25 

Acreage and production by Counties end Areas, 1945.... .25 

ViW TEH - Acres for harvest by Conn tics ...( 1945 and 1946 only).. 26 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary, 1945 and 1946.... 26 

'Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946...... 26 

SPRIT G - Acres for harvest by Counties .27 

Acreage, production and value: State Summary 27 

Acreage and production by Counties end Areas , 1946. .......... .28 

"ALL - " Acres for harvest by Counties (Season totals)... ..29 

' ' Acreage, production and value; State Summary ...29 



Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945-1946 ...... .30 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months; Season 1945-46 31 



Carlot shipments by rail or boat; 1929-29 to 1945-46.. ..31 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents.. 31 

EQGRLAF T 32 - 38 

FALL - Acres for harvest by Counties .32 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 32 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945.... ...33 

. P" T-;R - Acres for harvest by Counties ..33 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary.. 34 

Acreage end production by Counties and Areas, 1946 34 

SPRIFG - Acres for harvest by Counties....... 34 

Acreage, production and value- State Summary 35 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 .....35 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties (Season totals) 36 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 36 

Acree>.ge and production by Counties end Areas, 1945-46 ..37 

SIIIP'lEFIS - County carlot shipments (Hftll) by months; Season 1945-46 37 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat; Season 1928-29 to 1945-46... 38 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents 38 

F.SCAROLE 38 - 40 

Acres for harvest by Counties ......58 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary........... 39 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946.... 39 



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INDEX 



ESCAROLS (Cont'd) 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months ; (Season 1945-46) ... .39 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat ...39 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents 40 

LETTUCE .40 - 45 

TOTTER - Acres for harvest by Counties 40 

(Boston - Acreage, production and value; State Summary 40 

Romaine)-Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 40 

^THTER - Acres for harvest by Counties 41 

(iceberg)-Acreage, production and value; State Summary 41 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 41 

SPRING - Acres for harvest by Counties 42 

(iceberg)-Acreage, production and value; State Summary 42 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946.... .42 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties „ 43 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 43 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945-46 43 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months; (Season 1945-46. .. .44 

Carlot shipments of lettuce and romaine by rail and boat 44 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents 45 

PEAS, GREEK 45 - 46 

Acres for harvest by Counties 45 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary ..45 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 ..46 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months: (Season 1945-46) .. .46 
Carlot shipments by rail or boat; Season 1928-29 to 1945-46.. 46 

Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents........ 46 

PEPPERS, GRSffl . .... 47- 53 

PALL - Acres for harvest by Counties.. .....47 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary. 47 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945 ......48 

"'.IF TER - Acres for harvest by Counties. 48 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 48 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946. ......... .49 

SPRING - Acres for harvest by Counties .49 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary .....50 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 50 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties (Season totals) 51 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 51 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945-46 ...52 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months; (Season 1945-46) .. .53 
Carlot shipments by rail or boat; Season 1928-29 to 1945-46.. 53 

POTATOES. I ELSE ( Commercial )..... .54 - 60 

Y/INTER " Acres for harvest by Counties ..........54 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary ...54 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 ...54 

SPRING - Acres for harvest by Counties • .55 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary 55 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 56 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties (Season totals).. 57 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary ..........57 

Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 58 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months; (Season 1945-46. .. .59 
Carlot shipments by rail or boat; Season 1928-29 to 1945-46.. 59 
Shipments by truck in carlot equivalents 60 



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STRA- BERRIES. - 60 - 61 

Aores for harvest by Counties 60 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary. 60 

Acreage and production by Counties and jj-eas , 1946.. ....61 

- County c-arlot shipments (Hail) by months; (Season 1945-46) ... 61 

Carlot -shipments by rail or boat: 1928-29 to 1-945-46 ..61 

Shipments by truck in carlot eruivalents 61 

TC^A' n 0ES -. 62 - 71 

FALL - Acres for harvest by Counties (Fresh and Processing)...- 62 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fresh) .62 

■ Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Processing) .... 62 

- Acreage, production and value'; State Summary (Fr. & Proc.)...63 
acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945.... 63 

"Il'TiP. - Acres for harvest by Counties (Fresh and Processing) ......... 64 

■ • Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fresh). 64 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Processing) .... 64 
acreage, production and value: State Summary (Fr. & Proc.)...65 
Acreage arid production by Counties and r.reas, 1946 65 

SPPJFG - Acres for harvest by Counties (Fresh and Processing).... 66 

Acreage, production and value-; State Summary ( Fresh) 56 

Acreage, production and value; State Summary (Processing) .... 67 
Acreage,' production and value; State Summary (Fr. & Proc.)...67 
Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1946 67 

ALL - Acres for harvest by Counties (Fresh and Processing) 68 

.acreage, production and value; State Summary (Fresh) 69 



Acreage, production and value; State Summary (processing) .... 69 
/.creage, production and value; State Summary (Fr. & proc.)...5S 



Acreage and production by Counties and Areas, 1945-46. 70 

SHIP'tEFTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months; Season 1945-46 71 

Crrlot shipments by rail or boat; 1928-29 to 1945-46 71 

Shipments by truck in carlot ecuivelents 71 

V/ATSIMELOIJ?! ...... . . , 72 - 76 

Acres for harvest by Counties . . . „ 72 

Acreage, -production and value; State Summary ....73 

Acreage and production by bounties and .-reas, -1946 73 

SEEP 'EFTS - County carlot shipments (pail) by months; Season 1946 75 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat; 1928-29 to 1945-46 75 

Shipments by truck in carlot eouivalents 76 

MIXED VEGETABLES < 76 - 77 

SHIPMENTS - County carlot shipments (Rail) by months: Season 1945-46. ... .76 

Carlot shipments by rail or boat; 1925-29 to 1345-46. .77 

Shipments by truck in -carlot equivalents 77 

C0U1TTY ACREAGES OF CG?t iODI TIES SEASQFS 1959-40 to 1945-46 78 - 91 

COUFTY TOTAL ALL VEGETABLE ACREAGES BY SEAS OPS Pages 89, 90 & 91 



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I. INTRODUCTION 



TJhilG the information in this booklet is entirely composed of statistics on 
vegetables, we are going to change our usual introduction and attempt to outline and 
develop some facts about the Crop Reporting Service of the Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics and cooperating agencies which you may not have thought of or have taken 
for granted throughout the years of its operation. 

The collection and publication of crop and livestock statistics is the oldest 
activity in the Department of Agriculture, having been started in 1862. Ihese 
reports were started at the request of farmers to protect them, as they said, from 
the effect of false ana misleading rqports emanating from those who wished to distort 
actual situations and thereby make illegitimate profits at the expense of the pro- 
ducers. If this condition was true then, it could be true today to an even greater 
degree if this unbiased service did not exist. Any agency making forecasts of con- 
ditions and estimates of agricultural production can be wrong occasionally due the 
varying conditions affecting agriculture, but through the years the Crop Reporting 
Service has a record of reasonably accurate and conservative predictions. Some 
people have a tendency to criticize these reports as "Government" reports. They are 
Government reports in as much as they are compiled and issued by the Government, but 
in the last analysis they are the summation of individual reports from thousands of 
producers and other well- informed sources. Often there are wide differences of in- 
dividual opinions on situations, all of which are carefully analyzed and weighed be- 
fore any report is released. A better definition of Government reports would be pro- 
ducers' reports compiled, analyzed and issued by the Government for the benefit of 
those interested in agriculture and its related industries. 

II. THE NEED FOR TIMELY ECONOMIC A! T D STATISTICAL FACTS ABOUT AGRICULTURE 

These remarks must necessarily be brief and at the same time general' as they 
, could be expanded into volumes. The need for measuring farm production and income 
is obvious if for no other reason than it is good economic housekeeping for the 
Nation, but this is by no means the chief reason. Agriculture is a far-flung and 
loosely knit industry of rugged individualists. So widespread and heterogeneous 
that very little can be accomplished in its overall bookkeeping within the industry 
itself. As scientific advancement proceeds, production capacity becomes greater 
and marketing problems increase. In order that- the agriculture of the nation may 
operate efficiently and successfully, it is necessary that the farmers, the people 
who do business with farmers, and the Government be constantly informed with up- 
to-date facts about present and prospective supplies of farm products and about 
the income and purchasing power of farmers as well as many other fundamental 
factors affecting farm prosperity. 

To meet some of these needs, the . Bureau . of Agricultural Economics, of which 
the Crop Reporting Service is a part, has developed and publishos basic statisti- 
cal reports throughout the year giving current estimates of production, stocks on 
hand, and prices of over 150 farm products, and about such items as wages and em- 
ployment, the financial condition of agriculture and farm population. There is 
no better single solution to the Nation's, agricultural problems than well informed 
farmers and distributors of their produce who, having complete knowledge of the 
existing facts, can make their future plans wisely. 



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III. WHO USES CROP R3PCRTS. Aim AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 



The list which follows is far from complete, but it does indicate what kind 
of people ask for farm statistics regularly, and how they use the figures in 
servicing agriculture. 

1. Individual farme rs : Unbiased and up-to-date reports furnish intelligent 
and wise farmers with facts which enable them to help themselves. They can ana- 
lyze their competition and prospective demand, and adjust their planting, breed- 
ing, livestock feeding, and marketing programs accordingly. . True and accurate 
facts properly presented will usually bring satisfactory voluntary action. 

_ 2. Farmers j organizati ons » Fational organizations such as the Farm Bureau, 
Farmers' Union, and the Grange, and local organizations such as the Florida Vege- 
table Committee and. the Florida Citrus Commission use them in keeping abreast of 
current agricultural problems and in determining their policies in their particu- 
lar fields. 

3. Farmers' cooperatives ; Use them in planning their purchasing, sales,, and 
marketing programs. 

4. Railroads and other t ransport services use them in determining the number 
of cars and trucks; needed to move the agricultural products of particular areas. 
The statistical data on production and time of harvest enable these carriers to 
distribute their equipment where it is most needed. This is, especailly important 
in wheat areas and with perishable products such as fruits and vegetables. 

5. Industrial organizations , manufacturers , jobbers , merchants , seedsmen , 
and mail-order houses use them in pi aiming their production, inventories, sales, 
and advertising programs. In Florida this applies mostly to farm machinery, 

such as trucks, tractors, packinghouse machinery, seed, fertilizers, insecticides, 
fungicides, containers, ice, feeds and miscellaneous farm articles. Farmers are 
fully aware of what it means to be short of the necessary materials when trying 
to produce a crop. 

6. Processors of agricultural products, such as packers, canners, millers, 
slaughters, and' manufacturing plants "use them in planning where to establish 
their plants, determining the source and volume of their raw products, the size 
of their operations, and in marketing their products. 

7. Dealers and handlers of agricultural products use them in their market 
operations" ("Accurate data onThe present and prospective supply of agricultural 
products help eliminate some of the middleman's risks and thereby tend to reduce 
the margin he requires, and to stabilize prices.) 

8. Operators of warehouses and other storage facilities use them in planning 
s torage for each year' s crops arid livestock products^ 

9. Panks, insurance and credit organizations use them in calculating the . 
risks in financing farm production, storage, and marketing: in managing farm pro- 
perties under their control; or in insuring farmers against crop failures, live- 
stock losses, etc. 



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10. Editors and writer s for farm and trade papers, newspapers, and radio 
services -use them in developing background for articles and programs of timely- 
interest and value to farmers. 

11. State agricultural colleges , extensio n services and State departments 
of ag riculture use them in advising farmers about planting, breeding, and market- 
ing operations. Statistical data are the basis for their educational programs, 
and also the measure of the effectiveness of their crop and livestock work. They 
are also the basis of analysis of individual farm problems. 

12. Agricultural research workers in industry, State experiment stations, 
private research organizations and Government use them as basic agricultural data 
necessary for many types of economic research on such subjects as production, 
marketing, and other phases of the business side of farming. 

13. Economists use them in preparing Outlook and Situation Reports. Various 
periodic reports are published by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and by Land- 
Grant Colleges which present an analysis of current facts about farm products, 
food supplies and agricultural markets. Such reports give farmers a picture of 
the current economic situations and prospects which may affect their business 
operations or future plans. The Bureau's basic statistics, used in making these 
analyses, are supplemented with information collected by research workers direct- 
ly and by data from the Production and Marketing Administration and from fact- 
finding agencies outside the -Department of Agriculture, such as the Federal Reserve 
Board, the Department of Commerce and the Department of Labor* 

14. Legislators and adminis trators in local, State, and National governments 
use them as a basis for constructive public programs for farmers; as a source of 
current facts on farm production and of long-time records; for determining quickly 
the extent of damage done by drought, floods, and hurricanes; for dealing with 
such international groups as the International Emergency Food Council and the 
Food and Agriculture Organizs.tion of the United Nations; for establishing foreign 
trade policies; for carrying on the "action programs" of the Department of Agri- 
culture — conservation, crop insurance, crop loans, commodity buying programs, and 
distribution of surpluses. (The Government programs affecting farmers are largely 
based on the statistics compiled by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics — acreage, 
yield, production and stocks of crops, livestock inventory numbers, production of 
meat animals, dairy products, eggs, poultry, wool, etc.; agricultural prices, 
parity indexes, farm cash receipts, and expenses.) 

Lack of, or incomplete, statistical data might easily cost the taxpayers 
many times the expense of maintaining an efficient agricultural estimating and 
statistical service. 



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ORGANIZATION AND COOPERATION- 



The ..Bureau maintains 41- State statistical offices which serve all the states. 
The State agricultural statisticians in these offices are responsible for main- 
taining cooperative relations with State agencies and contact with farmers and 
other people; for collecting- statistical data relating to agriculture for their, 
respective States and for analyzing, summarizing and interpreting the information 
which. they forward to the Crop Reporting Board or to statistical divisions in 
Washington for review and assembly into State arid National- averages and totals. 

In 40 States formal cooperative agreements are maintained with State depart- 
ments of agriculture, or State colleges of agriculture, or both, for the collection 
and publication of agricultural statistics. These cooperative relationships 
eliminate duplication in the collection and publication of agricultural statistics; 
and where enough State funds are allotted, make it possible to provide better 
local reports such as county estimates; and permit the most effective use of the 
State agricultural censuses, which are taken annually in 13 States. 

On the page immediately following is a chart showing in outline the Bureau's 
nation-wide fact-finding organization. This chart shows, the sources from which 
agricultural statistics are obtained, the collecting, processing and disseminating 
units, and finally a partial list of the users of this information. 

It is our sincere hope that this brief discussion of the Bureau's activities 
will lead to a better understanding of the work being done and encourage even great- 
er use of the information now available by those interested in production and 
marketing as well as those interested in servicing our agriculture; to the end 
that the industry will always be* able to adapt itself to the progress and changes-' 
in our Nation's economics. 



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DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 



SEAjjONAL GRO UPINGS 

In order that competitive production within the State of Florida and the 
United States may be classified on a National basis under reasonably uniform 
groups, we have established a National pattern which is based on most active 
harvesting periods . These major groups are "INTER, SPRING, SUMMER, and FALL = 
The ■ ."INTER group includes the months of January, February, and March; SPRING 
includes April, May, and June; SUMMER includes July, August, and September; and 
FALL includes October, November, and December. These periods are not rigidly 
fixed and the harvesting period for a particular grouping may extend over into 
the preceding or following group. However, in arranging our data we have follow- 
ed these groupings in so far as it is practical. It can be readily seen that 
some systematic order of grouping is necessary for comparative purposes and, 
while they may not always agree with some local designations now in use, it is 
best for all concerned to handle our classifications on a National basis . 

PLANTED A CREAGE 

Estimates of planted acres for any seasonal group consist of acres for 
harvest (see below") during that particular* seasonal group plus any acreage" 
planted for harvest during the season, but which was lost or destroyed and did 
not produce a crop in the season under consideration. This definition is based 
on a "loss of crop" concept. If the acreage is lost and not replanted it is 
counted as pla nted . If it is lost but replanted for harvest in the same season 
as t'ne original acreage would have been harvested, the acreage replanted is not 
considered as additional acreage planted. But, if the acreage lost is replanted 
for harvest in a later season, it is considered as planted for both seasons and 
as acres for harvest only for the later season. 



ACRES FOR HARVEST 

Acres for harvest is considered as being all acreage from which a crop 
could have been harvested had economic conditions (prices, available labor, 
etc . ) warranted the harvest. This includes mature acreage on which the harvest 
was postponed or delayed too long due to economic reasons and the production 
lost thereby, Acreage which produces such low yields or poor quality that the 
crop is not worth picking at any reasonable price is considered as crop failure 
and is not included in the acreage for harvest. Unharvested acreage "which pro- 
duces yields v/hich would be harvested at reasonable prices is included in acreage 
for harvest. 

ECONOM IC AB ANDONMENT 

This category includes mature production not harvested because of economic 
factors, such as low prices, shortage^ "o'f" Tabor , etc. Such loss of production 
includes quantities left in fields partially harvested as well as production on 
acreage abandoned for economic reasons. Acreage abandoned at any stage of 
growth before maturity will be considered as loss of acreage or crop failure 
rather than economic abandonment of production. 



YIELD 



Yield refers to total production of merchantable quality produced on an acre 
basis and raay include some unharvested production left in fields for economic 
reasons . 

PRODUCTION 

Total production represents the yield times (X) the acres for harvest, pro- 
duction of value is that part of the production which \ r as harvested and sold, or 
utilized while in the fresh state and does not include economic abandonment. 

UNIT VALUE OR PRICE 

All of the prices used in this report are on an F.Q*B« basis or its equiva- 
lent, less selling charges. In the case of some commodities which are sold in 
units other than the one listed, these units are converted into the equivalent 
of the ones used. 

TOTAL VALUE 



The total value is the price per unit times (X) the production of value. 

CANTED OR PROCESS ED AC REAGE AFP PRODUCTI ON 

The acreage of vegetables in Florida pi an. ted solely for canning and pro- 
cessing purposes during the period covered by this publication has been insig- 
nificant. The acreages of beans and tomatoes, the principal crops canned, arc 
planted primarily for fresh market but during recent years substantial quantities 
have been canned. In order to conform to the National pattern for recording the 
fresh and processed production, we have shown the equivalent acreage on which 
this processed production would, have been grown and listed the remainder as 
acreage grown for fresh market production. 

GENERAL COMMENTS 

This booklet was prepared in response to a demand for county data relating to 
the acreage of vegetable crops within the State and for readily available statisti- 
cal information concerning the production and value of these crops. Those crops 
which are of minor importance commercially are not included in this summary. 
Neither does it include vegetables grown in home gardens or in small market garden 
plots adjacent to some of our langer cities. The watermelon acreages do not include 
plantings made strictly for seed. Data on potatoes refer only to the commercial 
crop. There are still a feu crops which are commercially important in this State 
such as squash, sweet corn, okra, and cowpeas for fresh market on which we do not 
have adequate data for making current estimates. It is hoped that satisfactory 
statistics can be developed on these crops in the near future. 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

The data contained in this report except for shipment information are estimates 
and are based on reports by, and interviex/s with, growers, shippers, marketing asso- 
ciations, seedsmen, county agricultural agents, railroad representatives, canners 
and processors, the Federal-State Inspection and Market News Services, the Florida 
State Marketing Bureau, the Florida State Marketing Board and its managers-, the Pro- 
duction and Marketing Administration, and other well informed sources. We would 
like to take this occasion to gratefully acknowledge our indebtedness to each person 
and organization who has contributed to the development of these data. Their 
cooperation makes these reports possible. 

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LIMA. BEAKS - hlNTBB 



7/TfJ T: ,R LIMA 


B ANS - 


AC JOES FOR 


HARVEST 


- BY COU) 


Tr n:_.s - 


1940-1946 




County 


1940 


1941 


1942 "■ 


1943 " 


1944 


1945 


1946 


Broward 


300 


600 


300 


300 


100 


100 


150 


Collier 


_ 


_ 






50 






Dade 


100 


100 


100 


150 


50 


50 


50 


Highlands 


150 


- 


_ 


- 








Indian River 




50 












Martin 


200 


100 


50 




150 


150 


150 


Palm Beach 


300 


3,000 


1,500 


1,700 


950 


1,500 


1,900 


St. Lucie 




300 


50 


100 


150 


100 


100 


Other Counties 


50 


50 




50 


50 


50 


50 


total' 


1,100 


4,200 


2*,000 


2,500 


1,500 


2 ,"000 


2 ,400 





II" T ''..j ■. LIMA Bl 


OAFS -- ACREAGE, 


PROD! C TI 01 ' Al-'D VALUE 


- STATS SUl 


:ARY - 1357-46 


Year 


Acreage 


Yield Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 


* I, OOfr 


60 Bu. 


60,000 


.'2.80 


:.T6l376oo 


1S38 


2,200 


90 " 


193,000 


1.70 


337,000 


1939 


2,800 


60 11 


133,000 


2.00 


536,000 


1940 


1,100 


40 " 


44,000 


2 .60 


114,000 


1941 


4,200 


25 " 


105,000 


2.75 


289,000 


1942 


2,000 


60 » 


120,000 


2.70 


324,000 


1943 


2,300 


45 - " 


104,000 


4.90 


510,000 


1944 


1,500 


70 " 


• ' 105,000 


5.10 


536,000 


1945 


2,000 


70 " 


140,000 


4.25 


595,000 


1946 


2,400 


35 " 


a/204,000 


4 . 40 


774,000 



a/ Includes 23,000 bushels not harvested and excluded in computing value 



~..TP TER LTJIA P 


tMFS - A 


CREAGE AFD 


PRODUCT] 


.CP BY COLT TIES AND AREAS - 


1945 


Counties • ; 


Acreage 


Yield ■ 


Production 




and 




For- ' • 




7 Total ; Of 


Value 


Areas • 


Planted 


: Harvest - 


Bushnls - 


(For Harvest) : (Harvested) 


Pompano Area 












Rro'-'ard 


150 


150 


90 


13,500 


13,000 


palm Beach -• 












East Coast 


1,850 


1,675 


87 


145,350 


122,500 


Area Total 


2,000 


1,825 


37 


153,850 


135,500 


Other Counties 












Palri Beach - 












Everglades 


325 


225 


56 


12,500 


12,500 


Tlartin 


150 


150 


100 


15,000 


13,000 


St. Lucie 


125 


100 


114 


11,400 


9,500 


Dade 


50 


50 


50 


2,500 


2,500 


pise. Counties 


50 


50 


75 


3,750 


3,000 


State Total 


2,700 


2,400 


85 


204,000 


176,000 



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LLHA P: AHS - SPPJN6 



SPRI1TG LI; 


"A BEAWS - 


ACHES FQi' 


EAR*' '.jS T 


- by cou: 


TIES - 


1940-1946 




\j u uj.1 i v 


i y±u 


T Q /1 1 






t n A A 

1944 


1945 


19^-6 




1 ,OUU 


I , ooU 


1 ,ooO 


1 ,400 


■ 1 ,000 


lTToo" 


1,270 


jirao.i oru 


O AA 

cOO 


500 


300 


300 


200 


100 


270 












100 


100 


100 


.lign. jLcuius 




i aa 


i c a 
150 


50 


100 




— 


ni lis uorou^n 






100 


100 


100 


100 


150 


j lari on 




T AA 


t c; A 

IbO 


400 


250 


400 


700 


T'fari"i n 




i no 

J- WW 


i no 


ou 






9 AA 


Palm Beach 


1,500 


400 


500 


500 


1,000 


700 


1,120 


St. Lucie 


300 


200 


300 


150 


150 


200 




Uni on 










50 


50 


50 


Other Counties 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


40 


• TOTAL • 


' 3,700 


2,800 


3,000 


3,100 


3,000 


2,800 


3,900 



"SPPJFG LIHA BEAMS.- ACH3AGS, PI«0DUCTI01J A r D VALUE - -STATE SUIE-TARY - 1937-46 



Year. 


Acreage 


Yield unit 


?r oc.uc ti on 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 


1,400 


58 Eu. 


95,000 


; ,, 2.35 


If 223,000 


1938 


3,200 




144,000 


1.20 


173,000 


1939 


3,000 


105' " 


315,000 


1.25 


304,000 


1940 


3,700 


64 " 


237,000 


1.30 


308,000 


1941 • 


2,800 


63 " 


176,000 


1.85 


326,000 


1942 


3,000 


68 " 


204,000 


' 1.75 


357,000 


1943 • 


3,100 


70 " 


217,000 


2 .55 


553,000 


1944 


3,000 


80 • " 


240,000 


3.75 


900,000 


1945 


2,800 


100 " " 


a/280,000 


4.45 


1,184,000 


1946 


3,900 


90 « 


a/o51,000 


2.60 


759,000 



a/ Includes some ouan titles not harvested and excluded in computing value - 14,000 
~~ bushels in 1945 and 59,000 bushels in 1946 



sp/inyG ir'A 


BEATS - 


ACREAGE. Al 


ID PHODUCTIQK 


BY C OUT" TIES ARB AH 


SAS - 1946 


Counties : 


Acreage 


:Yield : 


Produc ti on 




and . : " 




: Harvest 




Total ■ 


Of Value 


Areas • 


Planted 


'. Bushels : 


(For Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


Ha thorn Area 












Alachua 


1,500 


1,270 


102 


129,000 


95,250 


Bradford 


300 


270 


V5 • 


' 20,250 


20,250 


Ileri on 


750 


700 


71 


50,000 ' 


35,000 


Un i on 


50 


50 


75 


3,750 


3,750 


Area Total 


2,600 


2,290 


89 


203, 600 


154,250 


Everglades Area 












Pain Beach 


2,000 


1,120 


100 


112,000 


102,500 


Martin 


200 


200 


75 


15,000 


15,000 


Area Total 


2,200 


1,320 


96 


127,000 


117,500 


Other Counties 












Dade 1 


100 


100 


75 


• 7,500 ' • 


7,500 


Hillsborough 


150 


150 


69 


10,300 


10,150 


'isc. Counties 


50 


40 


65 


2,600 


2,600 


State Total 


5,100 


3,900 


SO 


351,000 


292,000 



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LIMA. BEAKS - AI.L 



ALL LI"' 'A BEAHS - ACRES FOR HARVEST -BY COLT TIES - SEASOI 1939-40 to 1945-46 



County 


1939-40 


1940-41 


T.B41-42 


1942-43 


1043-4-4 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Alachua 


1,500 


1,350 


1,350 


1,400 


1,000 


1 , 100 




Bradford 


200 


500 


300 ' 


300 


200 


100 


270 


Brov/ard 


300 


600 


300 


300 


100 


150 


150 


Collier 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


50 






Dade 


100 


100 


100 


150 


150 


150 


150 


Highlands 


150 


100 


150 


50 


100 






Hillsborough 


- 


- 


100 


100 


100 


100 


150 


Indian River 




50 


_ 


_ 








Marion 


150 


100 


150 


400 


250 


400 


700 


Martin 


200 


200 


150 


50 


150 


150 


350 


Palm Beach 


1,800 


3,400 


2,000 


2,300 


1,950 


2,200 


3,020 


St. Lucie 


300 


500 


350 


250 


300 


300 


100 


Union 










50 


50 


50 


Oth er Counties 


100 


100 


50 


100 


100 


100 


90 


TOTAL 


4,800 


7,000 


5,000 


5,400 


4,500 


4,800 


8,300 



ALL LI .'A BSAFS - AC 


CAGE, PRODUCTION i 


WB VALUE - STATE 


SUEIARY 1936-37 


to 1945-46 


Season Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1936-37 2,400 


65 


- Bu. 


155,000 


"T2.52 


" 39 1 ,000 


1937-33 5,400 


63 


ti 


342,000 


1.49 


510,000 


1933-39 5,800 


83 


ii 


435,000 


1.51 


730,000 


1939-40 4,800 


59 


!t 


281,000 


1.50 


422,000 


1940-41 7,000 


40 


It 


281,000 


2.19 


615,000 


1941-42 5,000 


65 


l» 


324,000 


2.10 


681,000 


1942-4" 5,400 


59 


It 


321,000 


3.31 


1,063,000 


1943-44 4,500 


77 


It 


345,000 


4.16 


1,436,000 


1944-45 4,300 


88 


it 


a/42 0,000 


4.38 


1,779,000 


1945-46 6,300 


88 


tt 

> 


a/555,000 


3.28 


1,533,000 


a/ Includes some cuantities 


not harvf 


jstea and excluded in computing value - 14,000 


bushels in 1944- 


•45 and 87 


,000 bushels in 1945-46 






ALL LIMA SI 


HANS - AC! 


SAGE ATD 


PRODUCTION BY CO 


QMTIES A T " D AREAS 


- 1946 


Counties 


Acreage 


: Yield : 


production 


and : 




For 




Total 


Of Value 


Areas : 


planted j 


Harvest 


: Bushels: ( F 


or Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


Eavv thorn Area 












Alachua 


1,500 


1,270 


102 


129,600 


95,250 


Bradford 


300 


270 


75 


20,250 


20,250 


Marl on 


750 


- 700 


71 


50,000 


35,000 


Uni on 


50 


50 


75 


3,750 


3,750 


Area Total 


2 , 600 


2,290 


89 


203,000 


154,250 


Pompano Area 












Broward 


150 


150 


90 


13,500 


13,000 


Palm Beach (East) 


1,850 


1,675 


87 


145,350 


122,500 


Area Total 


2,000 


1,825 


87 


158,850 


135,500 


Eve rg Lades ' Area 
lifer tin 

^aim-Beach ('-est) 


350 
2,325 


350 
1,345 


86 
93 


30,000 
124,500 


28,000 
115,000 


Area Total 


2, '675 


■ Y, S'Jo ' 


. yi 


154,500 


■ 143,000 


Other Counties 
Dade 

Hillsborough 

St. Lucie 

T !i sc . Counties 


150 
150 
125 
100 


150 
150 
100 
90 


67 

69 
114 
71 


10,000 
10,300 
11,400 
6,850 


10,000 
10,150 
9,500 
5 , 600 


State Total 


7,800 


6,300 


88 


hbb.OUU 


468,000 



-6- 









" SI 


'AP B3/5HS 




EAXL 










FALL 


3TAP BEAKS 


- ACRES • F>-\R It&J 




COU TIES 


- 1939-45 






(Includes Fresh 


end Processing) 






County 




19oS 


1940 


1941 




1942 


1943 


1944 


1945 


Alachua 




~200 


200 


300 




150 


" 150" 


50 


100 


Bradford 




100 


100 


100 




50 


50 


25 


50 


I«rowar d 




2 ,500 


4,000 


4,500 




3,500 


5,000 


2,200 


3,300 


Gadsden 












- 


- 


m 


150 


Glades 




100 


100 


100 




100 


200 


50 


50 


Hardee 




50 




— 




— 


50 


— 


■* 


Hendry 




200 


200 


200 




200 


50 


50 


50 


Highlands 




100 


100 


300 




300 


— 


200 


— 


Hi lis borough 


100 




100 




50 


50 


50 


100 


Indian River 


50 


100 






— 


50 






Levy 




100 


100 


IOC 




50 


•50 


** 




Manatee 




100 


100 


100 




50 


100 




50"* 


Mari on 




1,000 


1,000 


800 




300 


300 


o c\ r\ 

200 


100 


Martin 




500 


200 


200 




200 


200 


o a a 




Okeechobee 




100 


100 


100 




100 


•50 






Orange 




200 


200 


100 




100 


300 




100 


Osceola 




50 












— 




Prim p each 




8,800 12,000 


1 O AAA 

\c ,000 




1 1 AAA 

i I , ooo 


cc ,000 


Id, 800 


17,800 


St. -Lucie 




50 










50 


ou 


1 uu 


Seminole 




300 


300 


200 




150 


100 


50 


100 


Sumter 




100 


100 


100 




50 


50 


25 


'- 


Volusia 




100 


100 


100 




C A 

50 








Other Counties 


200 




600 




100 


200 


ou 


ou 


TOTAL 


15,000 19,000 


20", 000" 




16,500 


29,000 




<Vo~ TTvT 

CC t J.UU 


FALL S 


VAP BBA>!S - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION 




AFD VALUE 


- STATE 


SUGARY 


- 19oo-4o 








( 


For Fresh 


Market) 








Year - Acre r . ;e 


Yield 


T 


to it I 


roducti on 


Uni t 


Value 


lO^ai value 


1933 


18,200 


100 




3u . 


1 


,820,000 


SI. 00 


TTT" jOTi aaa 
•vljd^UjUUU 


1937 


12,500 


110 




it 


1 


,375,000 


1. 


70 


O *2^0 AAA 

c , ooo , UUU 


1938 


18,000 


150 




a/ 


g 


,700,000 


.70 


1 CO O AAA 

1 , boo , UOU 


1939 


15,000 


100 




:t 


1 


,500,000 


1.60 


O A A A AAA 

c , 4Uu ,000 


1940 


19,000 


140 




ti 


2 


,660,000 


« 


80 


o too r\r\f\ 

2 , 128 ,000 


1941 


16,500 


140 




it 


o 

c 


,310,000 


1.45 


3 , 350 , 000 


1942 


11,000 


165 




it 


1 


,815,000 


. 2. 


35 . 


.4, c Ob, 000 


1S43 


23,000 


124 




ii 




,852,000 


2.30 


5,560,000 


1944 


14,000 


96 




ii 


1 


,344,000 


2.95 


3,965,000 


1945- 


13,100 


106 




" a/1,919,000 


2.65 


A 1 "KA AAA 

1 , lot , UUU 


a/ Includes 


s one- 


cu entities 


not harvested 




ad excluded in computing - 


ralue — 


288,000 


bushels in -1938 


and 359,000 bushels in 1945 








FALL 3r 


A 1J BEA3 


:S - ACREAGE, 3 3 


iocucior 




'D VALUE - 


S TATE S" 


J~ B AEY - 


1 □ A 1 Ad 

• iy'ii-40 








(For 


Processing) 








Year S 


.create 


Yield 


Unit Production 


Unit 


value 


. ; - — 

Total value 


1941 


3,500 


2.3 


Ton s 




7,910 


. §60 


,00 


( noo 


1942 


5 , 500 


2.5 




ii 




13,650 


85.00 


1,160,000 


1943 


6,000 


' 1.9 




ii 




11,400 


88.00 


1,003,000 


1944 


6,000 


• 1.4 




VI 




8,400 


106.50 


895,000 


1945 


4,000 


1.6 




11 




6,400 


103.25 


661,000 



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FALL SNAP BEANS 


- ACRP1AG 


% PRODI. C TT 0T AFD VALU] 


1] - STAT."'; SOfel 


IARY 


1936-45 




/ -r-v 

(For 


Fresh Ms 


rket and Processing) 






Year Acreage 


Yield' 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1936 18,200 


100 


B~ 


1,320,000 


p. 00 




1,820,000 


1937 12,500 


110 


tl 


•- 1,375,000 


1.70 




2,338,000 


1338 18,000 


150 


II 


a/2,700,000 


.70 




1,688,000 


19o9 15,000 


100 


|| 


1,500,000 


1.60 




2,400,000 


1940 19,000 


140 


|| 


2 , 660,000 


.80 




2 ,128,000 


1941 20,000 


142 


f| 


2,837,000 


1.35 




3,825,000 


194i, io,500 


165 


It 


2,725,000 


1.99 




5,425,000 


1943 29,000 


125 


St 


3,612,000 


2.09 




7,563,000 


1944 20,000 


95 


tt 


1,904,000 


2.55 




4,860,000 


1945 22,100 


106 


tl 


a/2,346,000 


2.41 




4,795,000 


a/ Includes sorae Quantities not harvested and excluded in computing value - 


283,000 in 1933 and 359,000 bushels 


-in 1 Q A. 








FALL STAP PI'S - ACR'^AGS AMD 


PFODoCTIOL BY 


COUT TISS AFD 


ABFA 


S - 1945 


Cooties 


: Acreage 


: 1 1 e i a : 


Production 


and • • . 




For 




Total 


: 


Of Value 


Areas 


2 i an uo.u ; 


iiarve s x, 


; jJUoxit: IS; 


K Tor Harvest) 


5 


( Harve s ted ) 


Gainesville Area 














.Alachua 


100 


100 


OO 


8,500 




8,500 


Bradford 


50 


50 


OA 


4,000 




4 , 000 


" Marion 


100 


100 


RO 

Uv 


8,000 




8,000 


Area Total 


o tt r\ 


obO 


QO 


20 , 500 




<c0, DUO 


Central Florida Area 














" Highlands 


200 












I~i 11 sboro- plant City 


100 


100 


100 


10,000 




10,000 


Tana tee 


50 


50 


lUU 


5,000 




5,000 


Orange 


100 


100 


i nn 


10,000 




10,000 


Seminole 


100 


100 


100 


10,000 




10,000 


Area Total 


o50 


ooO 


100 


35,000 




00 , uuu 


Everglades Ar e a 














Glades 


50 


50' 


100 


5,000 




5 ,000 


H en dry 


50 


50 


100 


5,000 




5,000 


I'artin 


100 












pate Beach 


24,700 


16,100 


105 


1, 396,500 




1,409,500 


.Area Total 


24,900 


1.6,200 


105 


1,706,500 




1,419,500 


Pomp an o Area 














Broward 


3,300 


3,300 


110 


363,500 




312,000 


palm Beach (F.ast) 


1,700 


1,700 


110 


186,500 




166,000 


Area Total 


5,000 


5,000 


110 


550,000 




478,000 


Other Com ties 














St. Lucie 


100 


100 


75 


7,500 




7,500 


Gadsden 


150 


150 


. 150 


22,500 




22,500 


■ Misc, . Counties 


50 


50 


30 


4,000 




4,000 


State Total 


31,000 


22,100 


106 


2,346,000 




1,987,000 




Flor 


ida Crop 


siid Livestock Deporting Service 





Orlando 







SMAP 


1") FT- A ~ " O " 


• TER 










TTT1 fP 
-.XI 1. 


J2 SFAP B3MS - AC IKS 




I - BY C0I 


IT TIES - 


1940-4o 








(Includes Fresh 


.< 'arlcct and 


Froc e s s ii; 


g ) 








\j U UXI t/V 




1 Q/ 1 






1944 


194o 


J_ 


946 


rr un d. ru. 




JLO , ouu 


O , 000 


o ,700 


15 , oOC 


17, 600 


16, 


900 






£ , CUU 


, OUU 


4 , 000 


4,500 


3 ,000 


3, 


100 


















100 


Tj -» cfY\ "1 i~. >-i /~1 o 
Il-L t-Jj.Q.5 


200 


200 






500 


o r\r\ 

<s00 






XI- u.1 x\l vGr 


100 


100 
















l on 


100 








£ UU 






Fain Beach 


8,000 


10,000 


10,500 


13,600 


18,000 


16,300 


17, 


800 


Ste Lucie 


100 


100 


200 


100 








- 








.300 






CUU 






TOTAL 


17,000 


26,500 


21,000 


26,400 


39,500 


37,500 


38, 


000 




2 BEAITS - 


ACREAGE* PRODUCTION AIT 


VALUE - 


STATS SU 


D IARY 1937-' 


L6 





(For Fresh Market) 



Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


■ "unit 


. production 


Unit Value . 


.Total Value 


1937 


~28,:900 


62 


Bu7~ 


1,792,000 


|)1.65 


..,2,957,000 


1938 


30,000 


85 




2,550,000 


1.20 


3,060,000 


1939 


31,000 


85 




2,635,000 


1.28 


5,373,000 


1940 


17,000 


m 


u 


1,190,000 


2o05 


2,440,000 


1941 


2 6,500 


60 




1,590,000 


2.50 


5,975,000 


1942 


21,000 


85 


n 


1,785,000 


2.30 


4,106,000 


1943 


.23,000 


80 





1,840,000 


3.00 


5,520,000 


194-4 


38,500 


74 


fi 


2,849,000 


2.75 


7,835,000 


1945 


33,700 


90 


11 


a/3,033,000 


3.05 


8,946,000 


1946 


35,700 


108 


11 


a/3,856,000 


2.70 


6,734,000 


a/ Includes some 


quanti tics 


not harvested and excluded 


in computing 


value - 


100 


,000 bushels in 1945 


ard 621,000 bushels in 1946 






. IFT 


ER SNAP B ATS - ACBEA 


G3, FROL'UC 


SlOr AITD VALUE - 


STATE SUGARY 


- 1943-46 • 








( For 


Processing) 






Year - 


Acreage 


Yield 


Yr.it 


pr od.uc ti en 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1943 


3,400 


1.3 


Tons 


4,420 


g 93.00 


^,,411,000 


1944 


1,000 


1.1 


it 


1,100 


84.00 


92,000 


1945 


3,800 


1.3 


ii 


4,900 


109.90 


539,000 


1946 


■ 2,300 


1.7 


it 


3,900 


116.55 


45 4. .000 


•IN 


TER Si'TA? BE 


ANS - acr;i 


AGS, PR0LU 


CTIuT A! D VALUE - 


STATE SU?3*ARY 1937-46 






(F 


or Fresh 


arket and Processing) 




Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Producti on 


unit Value 


Total Value 


T9"37 


'T8',T00" 


62 


Bu. 


"1,792,000 


1.65 


"7.,2, 957, 000 


1938 


50,000 


85 


ii 


2,550,000 


^1.20 


3,060,000 


1939 


31,000 


85 


Ii 


2,335,000 


1.28 


5,373,000 


1940 


17,000 


70 


II 


1,190,000 


2.05 


2,440,000 


1941 


26,500 


60 


11 


1,590,000 


2.50 


3,975,000 


1942 


21,000 


85 


11 


1,785,000 


2.30 


4,106,000 


1943 


2 6,400 


81 


II 


2,135,000 


2.78 


5,931,000 


1944 


39,500 


74 


It 


2,922,000 


2.71 


7,927,000 


1945 


37,500 


90 


It 


a/3,360,000 


2.91 


9,485,000 


1946 


38,000 


108 


!i 


a/4,116,000 


2.63 


9,188,000 


a/ In c 1 ude s s ome 


cuanti ties 


not harvested and excluded 


in computing 


value - 



100,000 bushels in 1945 and 621,000 bushels in 1946 



Florida Crop ard Livestock Reporting Service 
Orlando 
-6- 



WIN TEH SNA? 


BEAKS - ACREAGE ATD 


PROD J C TI0E 


BY COUNTIES 


AN D 


AREAS 1946 


Counties 


: Acres 


ge 


: Yield ■ 




Produc ti on 


and 




For 


: : 


Total 




Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted : 


Harvest 


: Bushels : 


(For Carves 


/ 


(Harvested) 


Everglades Area 














Hendry 


100 


1Q0 


100 


10,000 




9,000 


Martin ( jest) 


400 


100 


100 


10,000 




9,000 


Palm Beach 


16,500 


9,750 


98 


955,000 




833,000 


Area Total 


17,000 


9,950 


98 


975,000 




851,000 


Pomp an o Area 














Broward 


18,400 


16,900 


105 


1,778,000 




1,486,000 


Mar tin-In di an town 


100 


- 


— 


— 






Palm Beach (East) 


8,400 


8,050 


113 


907,500 




783,000 


Area Total 


26,900 


24,950 


lOo 


2, b8o,500 




2,269,000 


Dade 


3,100 


3,100 


147 


455,500 




375,000 


State Total 


47,000 


38,000 


108 


4,116,000 




3,495,000 



SNAP- BEAHS - SPRING 



SPRING SNAP 


BEAMS - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY 


COIF TIES 


- 1940-46 








(includes Fresh Market 


and processing) 






County 


1940 


1941 


1942 


1943 


1944 


1945 


1946 


Alachua 


600 


800 


800 


900 


800 


750 


1,450 


Bradford 


100 


150 


300 


200 


200 


100 


100 


Broward 


2,000 


2,000 


8,000 


600 




_ 


_ 


Dade ■ 


750 


200 


500 


100 






_ 


DeSot-o 


50 












_ 


Es c ambi a 


_ 


_ 








_ 


230 


Gadsden 


400 


400 


400 


500 


300 


200 


500 


Glades 


100 


100 


100 


150 


150 


200 


_ 


Hardee 








200 


150 


50 


40 


Hen dry 


200 


200 


200 


150 




100 


60 


Hernando 


250 


100 


500 


400 


150 


150 


140 


Highlands * 




_ 


r 


500 


400 


150 


230 


Hillsborough 


1,000 


1 ,000 


1,000 


700 


800 


200 


1,100 


Jefferson 












- 


50 


Indian River 




100 


100 


100 








Lake 


100 


200 


200 


300 


400 






Levy 


300 


200 


. 200 


100 


50 


100 


50 


Manatee 








300 




250 


400 


Marion 


1,000 


1,000 


800 


800 


500 


300 


700 


I T artin 


200 


100 


100 


300 




200 


240 


Okeechobee 


200 


200 


200 


150 








Orange 


250 


250 


250 


500 


450 


100 


50 


Osceola 










50 






Palm Eeach 


11,000 


9,500 


11,500 


19,000 


24,000 


19,000 


13,200 


Pasco 


100 


100 


100 










Polk 


100 


100 


100 


150 


50 


50 


200 


Putnam 


400 


400 


400 


200 






240 


St. Johns 


100 


50 


50 


100 








St. Lucie 








400 


200 


50 




Seminole 


100 


100 


100 


350 


200 


100 


250 


Sumter 


300 


800 


1,000 


450 


500 


450 


230 


Union 


100 


100 








100 


240 


Other Counties 


200 


350 


100 


100 


150 


50 


460 


Canning not in- 
















cluded in above 


300 










23,000 




TOTAL 


20,300 


18,500 


27Toocr 


27,800 


29,500 


20,100" 

























r ?oDucTior m z t> value 


- .1 iAA.\ E5U." 


7W 

ru 


i ao f-^rb 











( For 


Fresh 'c **]re+ ^ 








Ye ar 


Acreage 


Yi eld 




"l n i t 


T* n ri Ti r i - "! nn 


Unit Value" 




Total Value- 


i yo / 


i~7 n a A 

1 i , fUO 






J>AX. 


1 076 C0n 


' .2 .10 




.,.2,260,000 




ID n a A 

lo,t, uU 


DA 

30 




tl 


1 456 000 


. 60 




874,000 


1 Jot 


T n: aaa 
lu,UUU 


*1 O A 

I^U 




tt 


1 .800 .000 


1 .10 




1,980,000 


i q/a 

1 £7^rO 


<;U, UUU 


1 O A 

120 




II 


2 . 400 . 000 


1 .10 




2, 640,000 


in/11 


T 7 AAA 
if, UUU 


OA 
SO 




II 


1 .530.000 


1 .80 




2,8o0,000 


lb 4 c 


1 / , oOU 


yo 




1! 


1,691 ,000 


1 . 90 




,213 ,000 




1 C A A A 
1 C ,UU0 


"I O A 




It 


1,920,000 


2 .50 




4,800,000 




O 9 AAA 
66, UUU 


oy 




II 


a/1,296,000 


2 » ( D 


f 


,0 00, 000 


iy4-t> 


IS, 600 


95 




if 


a/1,577,000 


2.5b 




n n a r\c\r\ 

c , 996,000 


1946 


15,800 


100 




II 


a/l,580,000 


2.75 




3,630,000 


a/ I 


ncludes some Quantities 


not 


harves 


ted and excluded 


in computing 


ve 


lue - 98,000 


D 


ushels in 1944", 402,000 


bushels in 


1945, 260,000 bushels in 1946 






SPKIFG SFAP BEAHS 


- :i 


AO:"', 


P20DU 


0TICT AFD VALUE 


- STATE SUMMA! 


RY 


iy / — 4tD 










(For 


Processing) 








Yec-.r 


Acre ago 


Yield 




Unit 


production 


unit Value 




Total Value 


1937 


550" 


1 * 4 




Ten ' 


490 


£40.80 




$ 20,000 


Iboo 


350 


1.2 




ii 


420 


37.50 




1 c,000 


T p r\ 

lb 3y 


300 


1.1 




it 


530 


25.00 




8 -000 


1940 


300 


1.1 




Tl 


330 


25.00 




8,000 


ly4I 


1,500 


1.0 




tt 


1,575 


30.00 




4 / ,000 


iy4^ 


9,200 


1.4 




It 


13,160 


60.00 




ann AAA 

/ ay , ouo 


iy4o 


11,800 


1.7 




II 


20,060 


83.00 




1 C AAA 
I, DDO,(JUU 


1944 


7,500 


1.1 




11 


8,250 


83.25 




687,000 


1945 


6,400 


1.4 




H 


9,000 


116.55 




1,049,000 


T O/i f! 

1 yxu 


4,300 


1.5 




II 


6,400 


116.55 




7/ C AAA 




SPE3TG SNA? BEANS 


- AC?, 


SAGE, 


PR0DU 


C 13. Ctl A! '" D V ALUE 


- STATU SU' 7AP.Y 


lyov-46 






(For F 


resh T T 


arket and Proces 


sing) 






Year 


Acreage 


Yield 




Un i t 


Production 


Unit Value 




Total value 


19o / 


12 , 1 j c 


92 




Bu . 


1,109,000 


$ 2.0<T ' 




" ; A^A 

\,,c- fC S L , ( JUU 


1933 


18,550 


80 




it 


1,434,000 


.60 




DOA AAA 

oyu,uuu 


1939 


15,300 


119 




it 


1,822,000 


1.09 




1 ODQ AAA 

1 , yoo ,'juu 


1940 


20,300 


119 




it 


2,422,000 


1.09 




O D AAA 
C , D'iO , UUU 


1941 


18,500 


88 




it 


1, 635,000 


1.76 




O QT7 AAA 
C fO 1 l t UUU 


1942 


27,000 


95 




it 


2,568,000 


1.56 




, UIJ6 , UUU 


1943 


27,800 


117 




it 


3,257,000 


1.98 




C yi Ci; Am A 
, 'lOO , UUU 


1944 


29,500 


63 




it 


a/l,848,000 


2.28 




^ Q37 AAA 
j SO 1 , UUU 


1945 


23,000 


95 




it 


a/2,177,000 


2.28 




4,045,000 


1946 


20,100 


100 




tt 


a/2,007,000 


2.50 




4,376,000 


a/ Includes some euar_ 


ti ties 


not 


harvested and excluded 


in computing 


value - 


98,000 bushels in 


1944, 402,000 bushels in 1945, 230,000 bushels 


in 


1943 



Florida Crop and Livestock Feporting Service 
Orlar.do 
-3- 



SPBING SNAP BSASTS - AC R 


SAGE AFD 


PRODUCTION 


BY COir TIES 


ATE 


AREAS 


1 C 'AP, 


C our. ties : 


Acrea 




: Yield : 


Production 




and 




For 








n-r 


Value 


Areas '.•« 


Pi an ted • 


Harvest 


: Bushels : 




z ) ■ 


^ iia 


rves ted ) 


"est Florida Area 

















Es caribia 


250 


2.-0 


100 


CO, UUU 






23 000 


Gads den 


300 


300 


125 


Of, ouu 






37 500 


Jeff firsor 


50 


50 


100 


^ nnn 
o , uuu 






5 000 


Area Total 


600 


580 


113 


65 500 







65 500 


Gainesville Area 
















Al ach.ua 


1 ,500 


1,450 


100 


i a^i nnn 






105,000 


Prs> d^nrd 


100 


100 


105 


i n snn 






10,000 


Lovy 


50 


50 


100 


5 nnn 






5 , 000 


T ,; -8.ri on 


750 


700 


108 


75 son 






65,000 


Pu tn buxl 


250 


240 


125 


30 000 






30,000 


Uni on 


250 


240 


100 


24 000 






24,000 


Aroa. Tnta.1 


2 ,900 


2,780 


104 


pen 000 







239,000 


P pv "hyp 1 VI nH c) n Avpa 


















50 


40 


125 


R ooo 






5,000 


XX ^ ■* i \J-\J 


1 ^0 


140 


129 








17,500 


"1 rpV* 1 fin H f 1 
j.x J- K-Ca X. cJ-XI ^1 o 


P^O 


230 


115 


26,500 






2 6,000 


liillsboro- Plant City 


°1 ,200 


1,100 


75 


82,500 






82,500 




140 


140 


114 


1 000 






9,300 




400 


400 


145 


OOO 






56,400 






50 


150 


7 ^00 






7,500 


tnl lr 


?00 


200 


75 


15,000 






15,000 


Sominol e 


250 


250 


130 


32 ,500 






25,000 


Sumter 


230 


250 


115 


26,500 






16,000 


Area Total 


2,900 


2,780 


103 


287,500 






260,700 


Everglades Area 






■ ' ' 










E en dry 


100 


60 


92 


5,500 






3,500 


Martin 


400 


240 


98 


23,500 






18,300 


Palm Beach 


22,000 


13,200 


98 


1,293,600 




1,120,000 


Area Total 


22,500 


• 15,500 


98 


1,322, 600 




1, 


141,800 


?:isc. Counties 


500 


460"" 


90 


41 , 400 






40,000 


State Total 


29,400 


20,100 


100 


2,007,000 




1, 


747,000 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 



ATT C^ r 


AV BEAl T S - 


Acupjs ft 


)H RAiWEST 


- BY C-OU? 


FITS. - SS 


AS.0F 19? 


9-40 to 1945-46 


County 




1939-40. 


1940- 41" 


1941-42*. 


1942^43' 


1943-44' 


1944-45 " 


1945*46 


Alachua 




. 800 


1,000 


1,100 


1,050 


950 


800 


1,550 


Bradford 




200 


250 


400 


250 ' 


250 


125 


150 


Broward: • 




. 12,800 


19,500 


17,500 


12,800 


20,500 


19,800 


20,200 


Dade 




950 


2 , 700 


5 , 500 


4,100 


' 4,500 


3,000 


3,100 


DeSoto 




50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Escambia 




— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


250 


Gadsden 




... . 400 


400 


400 


500 


300 


200 


450 


Gl ades 




"200 


200 


200 


250 


350 


■ 250 


50 


Hardee 




50 


- 


- 


200 


200 


50 


40 


Hendry 




•400 


400 


400 


350 


50 


150 


210 


Hernando 




250 


100 


500 


400 


150 


150 


140 


Highlands 




300 


300 


300 


800 


900 


550 


250 


Killsborour- 1 


h 


1,100 


1,000 


1,100 


750 


850 


250 


1,200 


-Toff erson 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


Indian live 


r 


250 


300 


100 


100 


50 


- 


- 


Lake 




.. .100 


200 


200 


' ' 300 


400 


350 


140 


Levy 




4-00 


300 


300 


150 ' 


100 


• ■ 100 


50 


Manatee 




100 


100 


100 


350 


100 


250 


450 


Marion 




2,000 


2,000 


1,600 


1,100 


800 


500 


800 


Martin 




* 800 


400 


500 


500 


700 


600 


340 


Okeechobee 




300 


300 


300 . 


250 


50 


- 


- 


Orange 




450 


450 


350 


700 . 


750 


100 


150 


Osceola 




• 50 


- 


- 


- 


50 




- 


Palm Feach 




27,800 


31,500 


34,000 


45,600 


64,000 


52,100 


48,800 


Fas co 




' 100 


100 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Polk 




100 


100 


100 


150 


50 


50 


200 


Puthain 


■ 


400. 


400 


400 


200 


- 




240 


St.' Johns 


• - 


100 


50 


50 


100 


-' 


- 


- 


St. Lucie 




150 


100 


200' 


500 


250 


■ 100 


100 


Serin ole 




400 


400 


300 


500 


300 


150 


350 


Sumter 




400 


900 


1,100 


500 


550 


475 


230 


Union 




100 


100 


- 


- 


- 


100 


240 


Volusia 




1Q0 


100 


100 


50 








Other Countic-s ■ ..... 


■ ...400. 


OCO 


1,000 


200 


850 


300 


. 510 


TOTA 


L 


52,000* 


64,000 


68 , 000 


70,700 


98,000 


80,500 


80,200 


♦Hote; The 


above figure does 


not include acreage 


allotted 


to processing 




ALL SNA? P 


'MS - ACREAGE, PRODUCIIGF AT 


'D VALUE - 


STATE S'F 


71AP.Y 19 


36-37 to 


1945-46 








(For Fresh Market) 










Soap or. 


ft.crea.ge 


Yield 




Product 


ion Unit Valu 


e Total Value 


1936-37 


W,800" 


80 


Fu. 


4,588, 


000 


Q. 50 


f 7 


,037,000 


1937-38 


60,700 


89 


n 


5,381,000 


1.17 


o 


,272,000 


1938-39 


64,000 


111 


tt 


a/7, 135, 


000 


1.03 


7,041,000 


1939-40 


52,000 


98 


1 II 


5,090, 


000 


1.47 


7 


,480,000 


1940-11 


62 , 500 


92 


It 


5,780, 


000 


1.55 


8 


,933,000 


1941-42 


55,300 


105 


II 


5,786,000 


1.84 


10 


,669,000 


1942-43 


50,000 


112 


1! 


5,575, 


000 


2.62 


14,585,000 


1943-44 


83,500 


84 


II 


a/6,999, 


000 


2.56 


17 


,695,000 


1944-45 


64,300 


93 


II 


a/5, 9 54, 000 


2.92 


15 


,907,000 


1945-46 


69 , 600 


106 


II 


a/7,355, 


000 


2.70 


16 


,498,000 



a/ Includes some Quantities not harvested and excluded in computing value - 
288,000 bushels in 1938-39, 93,000 bushels in 1943-44, 502,000 bushels in 
1944-45, 1,240,000 bushels in 1945-46 

Florida Crop and Livestock .Feoorting Service 



ALL SKAP 


BEATS - ACRMGE, PRODU 


rnoi, 


AFD VALUE - STATE 


STOAKY 1936- 


37 


to 1945-46 








'(For 


processing) 








Season 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 




Total Value 


1936-37 




1.4 


Ton 


4W 


f 40 . 80 




20,000 


1937-38 


350 


1.2 


II 


420 . 


37.50 




16,000 


1938-59 


300 


1.1 


tt 


330 


25.00 




8 , 000 


1939-40 


300 


1.1 


II 


330 


25.00 




8,000 


1940-41 


1,500 


" 1.0 


It 


1,575 


30.00 




47,000 


1941-42 


12,700 


• 1.7 


11 


21,070 


60.00 




1,264,000 


19.42-43 


20 700 


1.8 


It 


38,130 


84.90 




3,236,000 


1943-44 


14,500 


1.5 


!1 


20,750 


85.88 




1 .782 .000 


1944-45 


16,200 


1.4 


It 


22,300 


111.34 




2,483,000 


1945-46 


10,600 


1.6 


II 


16,700 


111.44 




1,861,000 


ALL SNAP 


BEATS - ACREAGE, PHQDt'CTIO! 7 


AVD VALUE - STATE 


SUMMARY 1936- 


37 


to 1945-46 






(For Fresh Market and Processin 


g) 






Season 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Product! on 


Unit Value 




Total Value 


193-6-37 


59,150 


80 


b"~ 


4,721,000 


| 1.49 




| 7,057,000 


1937-38 


61,050 


89 


ii 


5,409,000 


1.16 




6,288,000 


1938-59 


64,300 


111 


ii 


a/7,157,000 


1.05 




7,049,000 


193S- 40 


52,300 


98 


ti 


5,112,000 


1.46 




7,488,000 


1940-41 


64,000 


92 


u 


5,885,000 


1 .53 




8,980,000 


1941-42 


68,000 


106 


a 


7,191,000 


1.66 




11,933,000 


1942-43 


70,700 


115 


ii 


8,117,000 


2 .20 




1 / ,821 ,000 


1943-44 


98,000 


86 


it 


a/8,382,000 


2.35 




19,477,000 


1944-45 


80,500 


92. 


it 


a/7, 441, 000 


2.65 




18,390,000 


1945-46 


"80,200 


105 


ii 


a/8,469,000 


2.54 




18,559,000 



a/ Includes sone cuantities not harvested and excluded in computing value - 
288,000 bushels" in 1938-39, 95,000 bushels in 1943-44, 502,000 bushels in 
1944-45 and 1,240,000 bushels in 194-5-46 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
••' -11- 



ALL SffAP BEANS - AG USAGE AND PnODUCTIOf* BY COt^'HES ATB APJ3AS IS 45 -46 



C oun ti e s 


: Acreage 


: Yield : 


Prdcuc 


xi on 


and 




: For 


: i 


. Total : 


Of Value 


A v A r> 


: Planted 


: Harvest 


: Bushels • 


(For harvest) : 


(narvcs xea) 


ies u r iOrj.UK. ArGo. 












Escambia 


250 


230 


100 


23,000 


23,000 


Gadsden 


450 


450 


133 


60,000 


60,000' 


ei x ers on 


50 


50 


100 


5,000 


5 , 000 


Area Total 


750 


730 


121 


88,000 


38,000 


Gainesville Area 












Alachua 


1,600 


1,550 


99 


153,500 


113,500 


Hraai ora 


150 


150 


A rr 

97 


14,500 


14,000 


Le_vy 


50 


50 


T aa 

100 


5 ,000 


5,000 


J T a ri on 


850 


800 


104 


83,500 


7o ,000 


Putnam 


250 


240 


125 


30,000 


30,000 


Union 


250 


240 


100 


24,000 


24,000 


Area Total 


3,150 


3,030 


102 


510,500 


259,500 


Central Florida Area 












liar dee 


50 


40 


125 


5,000 


5,000 


Hernando 


150 


140 


129 


18,000 


17,500 


Hi g;i lands 


430 


230 


115 


2 6,500 


2 6,000 


Hillsborough 


1,300 


1,200 


77 


92,500 


92,500 


Lake 


140 


140 


114 


16,000 


9,800 


. anat.ee 


450 


450 


1*U 


DO , UJU 


CI ,4UU 




150 


150 


11/ 


T V CAA 

11, D'JU 


It, DUU 


PolL 


200 


200 


75 


15,000 


15,000 


Seminole 


350 


350 


121 


42 ,500 


35,000 


Sumter 


230 


230 


115 


2 6,500 


1 6,000 


Area Tptal 


3,450 


3,130 


103 


322 ,500 


295,700 


Everglades Area 












Glades 


50 


50 


T C\C\ 


C AAA 

O ,U'JU 


C AAA 
0,0UU 


Tien dry 


250 


210 




OA C A A 

20,500 


-\ rj C: A A 

17 , 000 


Martin (West) 


900 


340 


A A 

99 


35,500 


27,300 


Palm Beach (..-est) 


53,200 


39,050 


101 


3,94o,10^ 


r7 r» A* A T" A A 

o,o62,500 


Ar e a i o ca l 


64,400 


39,650 




l ± , UU4 , J.UU 




P oiip an o Are a 












Br oward 


21,700 


20,200 


106 


O *1 A 1 C A A 

2 , 141 ,500 


"1 <"7 A O AAA 

1 ,798,000 


Martin- In di an toi m 


100 


- 








Palm Beach (^ast) 


10,100 


9,750 


112 


1 ,094,000 


A A AAA 

949,000 


Area Total 


31 , 90C 


23,950 


iOo 


c o Vz c c a a 

o, 235,500 


O HAH ^C\(~\ 

c , / 4 f , UUU 


0"fcher Counties 












Dade 


3,100 


3,100 


147 


455,500 


375,000 


St. Lucie 


100 


100 


75 


7,500 


7,500 


?Tisc. Counties 


550 


510 


89 


45,400 


44,000 


State Total 


107,400 


30,200 


106 


8,469,000 


7,229,000 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
-12- 



SNAP ATP LIMA. BEAMS - COLT TY CARLOT SK I ?? Ill- TS ( RAIL) EY MOUTHS - 

• '. JuneT 



County 



SEASON 1945-46 



:Octi Nov i Dec, Je.ru Feb ( Man Apr« 



Alachua 
Collier 
Br oward 
Dade 
Hendry 
Hernando 
Highlands 
Hillsborough 
Marion 
Martin 
Orange - 
Palm Beach 
St. Lucie 
Seminole 
Sumter 
Union 



157 204 



258 
13 



376 
91 



17 872 



341 
2 



200 
5 



227 

3 



107 
42 



46 
1 
2 
1 



109 



1 

28 21 

2 

509 748 104 

2 
6 

1 1 



27 



Total: 1944-45 



169 



182 
1 

1,104 
147 
3 

1 
1 

51 

2 

3,018 
10 
11 

6 
2 



17 1,038 547 476 697 658 836 241 29 4,539 



896 
200 
1 
1 



15 

20 
3,365 



TOTAL 



4,682 



CARLOT SHIP? TS OF SNAP AO LIMA BEATS BY RAIL OR BOAT 



Season Sep: 


Oct; 


jj ov: 


Dec • 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr : 


May: 


June : 


July: 


Total; 


1928-29 


3 


160 


203 


119 


432 


687 


1276 


371 


3 




3,254 


1929-30 


9 


298 


993 


591 


452 


390 


594 


728 


58 


5 


4,118 


1930-31 


224 


1019 


333 


214 


272 


433 


760 


995 


65 


4 


4,319 


1931-32 


. 330 


1330 


1403 


1254 


876 


456 


264 


987 


41 




6,941 


1932-33 


407 


597 


• 603 


1515 


1375 


1332 


1425 


597 


17 




7,868 


1933-34 


204 


1522 


1279 


1454 


1049 


1321 


1429 


1007 


63 




9,328 


1934-35 


37 


955 


508 


65 


1401 


1508 


1509 


399 


17 




6,399 


1935-36 


144 


1028 


246 


717 


949 


772 


885 


633 


37 




5,411 


1936-37 


271 


1145 


1185 


1262 


470 


537 


841 


3 S3 


65 


2 


6,141 


1937-38 


151 


850 


651 


736 


865 


1103 


1474 


189 


2.3 




6,042 


1938-39 


303 


1223 


894 


663 


520 


404 


835 


258 


37 




5,137 


1939-40 


153 


432 


430 


500 


59 


53 


844 


687 


24 




3,182 


1940-41 


203 


893 


603 


• 380 


88 


78 


321 


303 


33 




2,902 


1941-42 


17 


525 


883 


591 


144 


100 


411 


564 


99 


1 


3,335 


1942-43 


127 


882 


1004 


851 


540 


184 


1062 


1185 


79 




5,914 


1943-44 


241 


1195 


1437 


413 


053 


1091 


1037 


294 


38 




6,599 


1944-45 


53 


899 


484 


486 


615 


878 


938 


303 


26 




4,682 


1945-46 


17 


1038 


547 


476 


697 


658 


836 


241 


29 




4,539 





SEIPME 


TS OF 


SNAP 


BEAKS 


1938-39 




568 


731 


875 


1939-40 


108 


616 


646 


725 


1940-41 


153 


731 


902 


759 


1941-42 


'55 


819 


1387 


942 


1942-43 ' 








Tot 


1943-44 


53 


373 


360 


335 


1944-45 


16 


194 


211 


399 


1945-46 


8 


311 


232 


470 



Tote: Conversion Factors for 1938-39 
1945-46 - 600 bushels 



BY TRUCK IF CARLOT EQUIVALENTS 



'"'722" 776 1127 399 4 5,202 

33 170 1330 988 19 4,635 

513 538 905 641 62 5,204 

504 607 949 463 - 5,726 

Available 

369 438 362 96 11 2,397 

402 455 396 45 5 2,123 

488 633 563 127 2,832 



to 1942-43 - 580 bushels; for 1943-44 to 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlar.do 
-13- 



SB 


IPJMTTS OF 


LI" iA BEATS BY TRUCK 11 C 


A EL 07 


IVAL3 TS 




Season Oct; ITovj D 


ec ; Jan; Feb; 


■ \B.r * At 


r : 


Fav • 


Jun e • Ju ly : To tal : 


1938-39 


1 


5 


32 59 


73 1 


32 


515 


ICS 


723 


1939-40 




10 


20 7 


"1 


22 


186 


198 


444 


1940-41 




•22 


32 9 


18 


38 


104 


170 


394 


1941-42 


2 


28 


49 19 


15 


19 


8 




140 


1942-43 






Tot Avails 


ble 










1943-44 




3 


15 11 


23 


19 


15 


8 


94 


1944-45* 




4 


10 27 


36 


20 


53 


30 


180 


1945-45* 




6 


22 32 


53 


68 


211 


46 


439 


* Includes Baby 


Limas 
















ITote: Conversion Factors 


-500 bushels 












CABBAGE - 


ACRES FOR " 


HARVEST - PY COW 


TIES - S 


EA 


SOF 193 


9-40 to 1945-46 


County 


1939-40 1 


940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


AJ. c:. Oi»Ucl 


800 


100 


250 


100 




400 


400 


200 


Bradford 






100 


50 




150 


150 


100 


Brevard 




_ 








200 


50 


50 


Brov/ard 


100 


100 








400 


250 


40 


Clay 


** — 










300 


300 


200- 


Columbia 












200 


200 


50 


Dace 


200 


200 


200 


200 




500 


350 


300 


DeGoto 












100 


50 




Duval 






_ 






250 


200 


100 


Escambia 












100 


100 


1.00 


Flagler 


1,000 


500 


1,200 


500 




1,000 


700 


800 


Gadsden 












200 


100 


50 


Glades 


100 


200 


400 


250 




1,000 


350 


550 


Hamilton 












100 


100 


.50 


"lardeo 






200 


100 




150 


50 


. 50 


H en dry 


500 


400 


300 


200 




300 


50 


50 


H i gh lands 












100 


100 


.25 


Hi 1 1 sb or ouch 


50 




5C0 


350 




700 


450 


500 


Ind"i an River 












50 


50 




Lake 


600 


300 


400 


300 




600 


300 


150 




100 




100 


50 




100 


100 


50 


Manatee 


600 


600 


1,000 


600 




800 


1,000 


300 


1 [a ri on 


700 


100 


250 


100 




800 


500 


500 


Martin 


350 


100 


100 


50 




300 


50 


100 


Okeechobee 


_ 




100 












Orange 


1,000 


800 


800 


500 




1,100 


800 


650 


Osceola 












100 


50 


50 


Palm Beach 


5,000 


2,500 


6,000 


3,500 




6,000 


4,100 


3,000 


Polk 


500 


450 


500 


250 




500 


. 400 


200 


Putnam 


1,500 


1,000 


1,300 


600 




1,400 


1,300 


900 


St. Johns 


1,500 


1,500 


2 , 500 


1,100 




2,600 


2,400 


2,500 


St. Lucie 


50 




100 


50 




150 


50 


50 


Sarasota 


50 




200 


50 




500 


250 


100 


Seminole 


600 


500 


800 


600 




1,200 


1,150 


1,000 


Sumter 


500 


300 


300 


150 




400 


200 


50 


Union 








_ 




50 


50 


50 


Volusia 


200 


150 


200 


100 




500 


300 


200 


Other Counties 




200 


200 


250 




400 


200 


135 


TOTAL 


1 o,000 


10,000 


18,000 


10,000 




23,500 


17,200 


15,200 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 
Orlando 



CABBAGE 


- ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE 


- STATE SIP^'ARY 


- 1936-37 


to 1945-46 


Season 
1936-37 




Acreage 
8,500 


Hold 


Uni t Pr oduc ti on U 


ait Value 


Total Value 




6.0 


Ton 


a/51,000 


VI 6. 00 


h m,6o6' 


1937-38 




9,400 


6.5 


ti 


61,100 


16.00 


978,000 


1938-59 




10,000 


5.5 


ii 


55,000 


18.00 


990,000 


1939-40 




16,000 


7.0 


»i 


112,000 


18.40 


2,061,000 


1940-41 




10,000 


6.0 


it 


60,000 


38.90 


2,334,000 


1941-42 




18,000 


6.0 


H 


a/108,000 


17.80 


1,602,000 


1942-43 




10,000 


8.5 


li 


85,000 


76.00 


6,460,000 


1943-44 




23,500 


•8.0 


H 


a/l88,O00 
a/137,600 


36.00 


4,309,000 


1944-45* 




17,200 


8.0 


ii 


37.00 


3,974,000 


1945-46 




13,200 


8.8 


ii 


a/116,200 


49.00 


5,571,000 


a/ Include 


s some quantities not 


harvested 


and excluded in 


computing 


value - 20,000 


tons 


in 


19.36-37, 


18,000 tons 


in 1941-42 


, 68,300 tons in 1943-44, 


30,200 tons in 


1944- 


•45 


and 2,500 


tons in 1945-46 








* Does 


not include 


the equivalent of 300 


acres diverted 


to kraut in 


1945 



. ""INTER CA3BAG8" - 


kC : A3 7. 


~AJ~D PRC-Its 


:noi; by 


(■■CUE TIE" AMD AREAS 


- 1946 


Counties 




Acre 


age 


: Yield 


: Producti 


on 


and . 






For 


: 


: Total 


Of Value 


Areas 




Planted 


: Harvest 


• Tons 


(For Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


Gainesville Area 














Alachua 




200 


200 


8.8 


1,750 


1,750 


. Bradford . 




100 


100 


6.9 


690 


690 


Columbia 




50 


50 


5.8 


290 


290 


Hamilton 




50 


50 


5.8 


290 - 


290 


Levy 




50 


50 


8.8 


440 


440 


Marion 




500 


500 


9.1 


4,550 


4,550 


Union 




50 


50 


8.8 


440 


440 


Area Total 




1,000 


1,000 


'"8.4 


8,450 


8,450 


West Florida 














Escambia 




100 


100 


6.0 


600 


600 


Gadsden 




50 


50 


5.8 


290 


290 


Area Total 




150 


150 


5.9 


890 


690 


Hastings Area 














Clay 




200 


200 


8.1 


1,625 


1,625 


Duval 




100 


100 


8.2 


815 


815 


Flagler 




800 


800 


8.1 


6,500 


6,500 


Putnam 




1,000 


900 


9.0 


8,100 


8,100 


St. Johns 




2,500 


2,500 


10.4 


25,940 


25,940 


Volusia 




200 


200 


8.8 


1,750 


1,750 


Area Total 




4,800 


4,700 


9.5 


44,730 


44,730 


San ford - 'inter 


Garden 


- Zellwood Area 








Orange 




750 


650 


9.4 


6,082 


5,910 


Osceola 




50 


50 


8.2 


410 


410 


Seminole 




1,000 


1,000 


8.5 


8,500 


8,500 


Area Total 




1 , 800 


1,700 


8.8 


14,992 


14,820 


Central Florida Area 












Hardee 




50 


50 ' 


7.5 


375 


375 


Highlands 




25 


25 


9.0 


225 


225 


Hillsboro-Plant 


City 


175 


175 


7.1 


1,250 


1,250 


Lake 


150 


150 


7.3 


1,090 


1,090 


Polk 




200 


200 


9.4 


1,875 


1,875 


Sumter 




50' 


50 


6.5 


325 


275 


Area Total 




650 


650 


7.9 


5,140 


5,090 

» _ 



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CQF TIMED FROM PAGE 15 



KIN TEH CABEAGE - ACREAG • AMD PRODUC HON- SY COW TIES AFD AREAS - 1946 



Counties 


: Acreage 




Yield 


: 


Production 


and 






or : 




c 


Total : 


Of Value 


Areas 


• planted 


Harvest : 


Tons 


: (For 


Harvest) : 


(Harvester) 


^ yi o "r n On cl"i 


Area 














1 — ■ "ijj «^ r*> f\ t r>» V> 

f.Aiisuo ro ugn 


325 




325 


/ • I 




2,315 


2,315 


Manatee 


350 




300 


7.2 




2,175 


2,175 


Ss.re.sota 


100 




100 


8 . 6 




• 865 


• 865 


Area j.O'-ai 


775 




725 


7.4 




5 , 355 


5 , 355 


Evnrglad.es Area 
















Glades 


550 




550 


9.9 




5,430 


5,430 


Hendry 


50 




50 


10.0 




500 


500 


Martin 


100 




100 


9.2 




925 


925 


Palm Beach 


4,200 


3 


,000 


8.8 




26,468 


24,190 


Area Total 


4,900 


3 


,700 


9.0 




t.''r3 y 3 2 3 


31,045 


East Coast Area 
















Br e vai a. 


50 




50 


O • C 




310 


310 




50 




40 


c.« u 




240 


240 




300 




300 


u . (J 




1 ,800 


1,800 


Luci e 


50 




50 


O * O 




190 


190 


Area Total 


450 




440 


5.8 




2 ,d40 


2 ,540 


Other Counties 


175 




135 


o . o 




780 


780 


b ts. oe i o ocAi. 


14,7Q0 


13 


,200 


o . o 


Tons • 


116,200 


113,700 


CABBAGE - 


COTFTY CAHLOT 


PRjpiifRjr TS 


(a II) 


BY NQ] : 


E!"S - S .IAS or 


1945-46 


County 


Fov; Dec: 


Jan : 


Feb 


: I lar : 


^pr : 


May: Total; 


1944-45 


Alachua 




y 


c£ 


31 


8 


70 


76 


Erovard 


1 
J. 




2 


1 


1 


5. 


21 


Clay 






8 


5 


32 


45 


61 


Dade 






2 


7 


1 


10 


65 


Duval 














1 


Flagler 




7 


3 






1° 


3 


uj.aa.es 


5 


44 


38 




CO 


137 


198 


Hendry 


21 


93 


23 


9 


A 1 

a 


3 155 


71 


Highlands 












2 




Hillsborough 


1 12 


27 


14 




A 

4 


2 62 


135 


Jac ks on 














6 


Lake 


' %'■ 1 


8 


5 


16 


7 


37 


66 


Lee 














2 


Levy 














7 


Manatee 


42 


116 


20 


6 




" ' 184 


379 


Marion 


,. — ■ ■ , 


7 


13 


4-4 


10 


77 


42 


Martin 














2 


Orange 


3 53 


82 


63 


101 


42 


19 363 


396 


Pain Beach 


1 51 


304 


466 


K ^ A 

oo4 


9 1 A 


3 1,633 


1 ,500 


Polk 


2 17 


33 


13 


12 


o 


79 


82 


Putnam 


27 


70 


55 


34 


1 1 


217 


330 


St. Jolins 


29 


120 


114 


455 


o21 


3 1,042 


947 


St. Lucie 














2 


Sarasota 


2 


10 






1 


13 


109 


Seminole 


4 52 


80 


24 


loo 


1 /I £3 

14o 


11 452 


361 


Sumter 




.10 








10 


59 


Union 










8 


8 


9 


Volusia 


1 


35 


39 


50 


27 


152 


227 


TOTAL 


11 314 


1055 


927 


1482 


933 


41 4,763 


5,157 



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CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF CABBAGE BY PAIL OR BOAT 



Season 


NOV; 


Dec : 


Jp.il : 


.Pel"-.;. 


liar: 


Anr. : 1 


<ay : 


June ; 


Total 


i y^o— <^y 




00 


547 


1076 


1390 


. 76 


12 


— 


3,136 


iyt,y-oo 




70 


500 


'■ 528 


798 


344 


25 


1 


2,2 71 


1Q7A 21 


1 


200 


617 


• 718 


1106 


569 


44 


6 


3,261 




19 


o o o 

229 


329 


430 


379 


124 


11 


— 


1,521 


1 Ci *2 O *2 V 

iy 6i-ou 


1 7 


141 


414 


732 


1054 


418 


97 


- 


2,873 


19 oo- o4 


" 


184 


952 


915 


986 


227 


70 


12 


3,347 


19o4-o5 


1 


26 


45 


179 


1008 


852 


104 


1 


2,196 


lyoo-36 




24 


201 


311 


654 


692 


35 


- 


1,917 


1 n <2 

19oc-3 ! 


3 


139 


311 


402 


4-55 


221 


8 


— 


1,539 




1 


72 


252 


709 


1710 


565 


26 


7 


3,342 






89 


322 


526 


591 


100 


2 


— 


1,630 


19 09-4-0 


3 


153 


587 


611 


954 


1807 


145 


1 


4,261 


1940-41 


2 


61 


2 63 


243 


623 


855 


222 


1 


2,270 


19 41- 42 




167 


406 


748 


1056 


1063 


114 


1 


o j 5 5 o 


1942-43 


4 


283 


754. 


789 


1593 


889 


205 


17 


4,534 


1943-44 


1 


186 


927 


1411 


2560 


1261 


30 


1 


6,377 


1 y u 1 !— -to 


i 


CiOy 




1 O'xO 


1791 


381 


IU 




5,157 


1945-4t> 


11 


314 


1055 


92 7 


1482 


933 


41 




4,763 






rs of 


CAB BAG 


E BY ' 


TRUCK IN CARLO 'J 


1 EQ T J 


IVALENTS 


lPo^-39 


5 


87 


580 


839 


811 


162 


2 




2,486 


1939 T 40 




151 


615 


1002 


1510 


1463 


215 




4,961 


1940-41 


12 


118 


278 


348 


543 


757 


237 


5 


2,298 


1941 T 42 


1 


65 


459 


716 


1079 


1028 


116 




3,464 


iy4iC--iO 










Hot Available 






1943-44 




50 


408 


532 


716 


395 


15 




2,116 


1944-45 




18 


307 


415 


543 


163 


3 




1 , 1-49 


1945-46' 


10 


95 


504 


532 


682 


244 


16 




2,083 



Note: Conversion Factors - 12.5 Tons 



CANTAL OUPS 

CANTALOUPS - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES - SEASON 1939-40 to 1945-46 



County 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-45 19 45-44 1944-45 1945-46 



Alachua 












100 


130 


Bradf ore- 










50 


25 


50 


Hamilton 


300 


300 


300 


300 


200 


75 


130 


Jackson 














90 


Levy- 












100 


90 


Marion 


100 


100 


100 


50 


200 


150 


220 


Sumter 


100 


100 


100 


50 


50 


25 


50 


Other Counties 










50 


25 


40 


TOTAL 


500 


500 


500 


400 


550 


500 


8CX3' 



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Orlando 
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CANTALOUPS - ACREAGE, PEODUC TI Oil ATD VALUE - STATE STJISSARY 1937 to 1946 



Season Acreage Yield 


Unit 


production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1 Q *7 


oUU oo 


Crates 


16,000 


9 1.75 


v 28,000 


laoo 


/UU /b 


it 


52 , 000 


1.25 


65,000 




oUU oO 


ii 


40,000 


1.10 


44,000 


1 CAD 


aa 7n 
OUU /U 


ii 


35,000 


1 .10 


• 38,000 


1 C1A1 

1 i>"*l 


R AA /J /a 
OUU bU 


ii 


30 , 000 


1 .25 


33,000 




CfiA 7A 

OUU fU 


n 


35,000 


1 .50 


52,000 


1943 


400 65 


f j 


26,000 


3.25 


84,000 


1944 


550 60 


it 


33,000 


3.75 


124,000 


1945 


500 50 


it 


a/25,000 


6.00 


120,000 


1946 


800 ' 45 


ii 


a/36,000 


3.00 


54,000 


a/ Includes some quantities not 


harvested 


and excluded 


in computing value - 5,000 


crates in 19-45 


and 18,000 crates 


in 1946 








CATTALOUPS - ACREAGE AFD I 


^ODUCSrOIT 


El C0U: H^S A 


?TD A.REAS - 1946 




Counties 


: Acreage : 


Yield : 


Production 




and 




For : 




Total : 


Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted : 


Harvest • 


Crates : (For 


harvest) : (H 


arvested) 


Al achua 


150 


130 


40 


5,200 


3,000 


3radf ord 


50 


50 


40 


2,000 


1,000 


Hamilton 


150 


130 


33 


4,300 


. 3,000 


Jackson 


100 


90 


30 


2,700 


1,500 


Lev/ 


100 


90 


31 


2.800 


2,100 


"Jar ion 


250 


220 


70 


15,500 


5,500 


Sumter 


50 


50 


ou 


1,500 


900 


Other Counties 


50 


40 


50 


2,000 


1,000 


State Total 


900 


800 


45 Crates 


: 35,000 


18,000 



.. .. .- C ARROTS - .U TTER 

MUTER CARROTS - ACRE'S P0R*iEARVE5T~ RY COQUETTES - SEASOT - 1945-1946 

County . 1945 1946 (ITo Records for Prior Years) 

Dade Zo~ ~~W 

Highlands 1 20 25 

Lake 100 

Orange 500 730 

Palm Beach 90 50 

Seminole 10 50 

Other Counties 10 25 

T0TAL 750 900 

ETKTER CA RROTS - AC REAGE, Pj :0LUC TI 01" AI D VALUE - ST.'.TE SIE^-PY - 1945- 46 

Year Acreage Yield unit P roduction " Un it Valu e " Tot al Value 

1945 750* 320" Bu7~ ' ' " 240,000 "| T85~ 1 204,000 

1946 900 256 " . 230,000 .85 196,000 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 
Or 1 en do 
-10- 



-JITTER CARROTS - 


ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COONTIEiS AND ARMS - 1946 


Counties : 


Acreage ; Yield : Production 


and : 


: 


For : • Total : Of Value 


Areas : 


Planted : 


Harvest -Bushels; (For Harvest) : (Harvested) 


Dado 


25 


20 320 6,400 6,400 


Highlands 


25 


25 200 5,000 5,000 


Orange 


925 


730 247 180,000 180,000 


Pain Beach- Everglades 


50 


50 360 18,000 18,000 


Seminole 


50 


50 300 15,000 15,000 


Misc. Counties 


25 


25 224 5,600 5,600 


State Total 


1,100 


900 256 230,000 230,000 


CARROTS - COUNTY CARLO T 


SHIPMENTS (RAIL)' BY MONTHS - SEASON 1945-46 


County Jan; 


Feb: 


Mar : Apr; May; Total: 1944-45; 


Highlands 




4 


Lake 




?2 


Orange 


18 


117 115 24 274 221 


Palm Beach 




7 7 20 


Seminole 4 


4 


8 


TOTAL 4 


22 


124 115 24' 289 267 


CARLO T SHIP?; 


ENTS OF CARROTS BY RAIL OR BOAT 


Season Dec; 


Jan: 


Feb; Mar: Apr; May : June: Total; 


1941-42 




6 b 


1942-43 




22 1 6 3 32 


1943-44 




4 45 49 45 20 164 


1944-45 1 


1 


6 93 114 48 4 267 


1945-46 


4 


22 124 115 24 289 




C 


AULIFLO-.'TR - ' .INTER 


I3N.TBE CAULIFLO" ER - 


• ACRES FC 


>H HARVEST - 3Y COUNTIES - SEASON - 1945-1946 


County 


1945 


1946 (No Records for Prior Years) 


Hillsborough 


200 


240 


Manatee 


185 




Sarasota 


15 


15 


Seminole 


100 


10 


Other Counties 




20 


TOTAL 


500 


500 


■ EMSE CAULIFLOWER 


- ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AMD VALUE - STATE STOMAS* - 1945-46 


Year Acreage 


Yield 


Unit Production Unit Value Total value 


1945 500 


290 


Crate 145,000 §2.00 $ 290,000 


1946 500 


300 


" a/150,000 2.25 333,000 



a/ Includes some quantities not harvested and excluded in computing value - 2, 
crates in 1946 



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vTti TER CAULIFLOWER - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION 3 


Y C0U1T TI LS AND AREAS - 1946 


Counties 


: Acreage •, Yi 


eld : 


Product! 


on 


and 


J : For : 




. Total ' : 


Of Value 


Areas 


•: Planted : Harvest :Crs 


■tes : 


(For Harvest) : 


(harvested) 


Manatee- Rug kin Area 








Hillsborough 


250 " . 240 


L"JU 


no nnn 
/ C , uuu 


71 nnn 
/ i , UUU 


Manatee 


225 215 


O OO 
£,30 


54, 000 


bo ,000 


Sarasota 


15 15 


OOO 




R nnn 
, uuu 


Area Total 


490 470 


Knn 
ouu 


Xtl. 5 uuu 


i nnn 
ICS , uuu 


S eml nolo 


40 10 


300 


3,000 


3,000 


Mi so • < Counties 


20 20 


300 


- • Oj uuu 


£ nnn 
o , uuu 


State Total 


550 500 


300 


i t;n nnn 


~\ AO, nnn 
l to , uuu 


CAULIFLO* ."EP- 


- COUNTY CARLO T SHIPMENTS ' ( RAIL) 


BY MONTHS - SisASQN 


1945-46 


Oc unty Dec: 


Jan: Feb; Mar: 


Apr : 


I 'LcLy ; 10 tret 1 : 


It' "XT:"" i'O ; 


Hillsborough . 


32 I 1 




34 


21 


Manatee 1 


28 




29 


14 


Sarasota 


2 




p 




TOTAL 1 


62 1 1 




o u 




CARLO T SHIEMEmS* OF CAULIPI 


OV/ER 


Bx RAIL OR BOAT 


— . — i 


Season Dec; 


Jan: Feb; Mar: 


Apr: 


May: June* 


Total ; 


1940-41 3 


1 








1941-42 










1942-43 2 


-- 1 6 






9 


1943-44 1 


14 6 .1 






22 


1944-45 1 


15 17 2 






35 


1945-46 1 


62 1 1 






65 



■ CELERY - LIN TER' 



T INTER CEL 


ERY - ACRE' 


5 FOR I 


LARVEST - BY 


COUNTIES - 


SEASON - 


1940-1946 




County 


1940 


1941 


1942 


1945 


1944 


1945 


1946 


Lake 












50 


125 


Manatee 


300 


250 


250 


225 


200 


100 


100 


Martin 




100 


100 










Orange 




100 


150 


165 


200 


150 


490 


Palm Beach 


610 


1,325 


1,200 


1 , 700 


2,400 


3,300 


3,750 


Sarasota 


940 


975 


1,000 


1,060 


1,000 


800 


1,000 


Seminole 


3,000 


2,850 


3,200 


2,800 


2,700 


2,400 


3,060 


Other Counties 














25 


TOTAL. 


4,850 . 


5 , 600 


5,900 


5,950 


6,500 


6,800 


6,550 



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■ -INTER CELERY - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - S TATE SUMMAHY - 1937-46 



x t. J.r 


Acreage 


iici a 


Ulil t 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


ISO 1 


4t , DUU 


ool 


Crates 


2 ,390,000 


— _ — ~ 

% 1 . 40 


3,346,000 


J. C7 O O 


O , 1 uu 


OOO 


ti 


a/ 2 , 346 ,000 


.92 


2 ,228,000 


1 £7 O J 


, ODU 


OU4i 


it 


d , o 44, 000 


1.38- 


3,235,000 


1 Q4D 
x y 'i-u 


*± , ODU 


Di? i 


it 


2,866,000 


1 .50 


4,299 ,000 


X Jt X 


5 Aon 




ii 




£ .10 


5,210,000 


1 Q A? 


o , y uu 




n 


,odo,000 


1 .80 


5,141 ,000 


X C7 X-O 


<j , sou 


/on 
*±y u 


n 


<i ,y i o, uuu 

a/3,575,000 


o . 40 


9,914,000 


1Q44 


O , <J uu 


oou 


ii 


c . oU 


o, llo ,000 






545 

O r± O 


i i • 


a/3,706,000 


. uu 


1 r. P79 AHA 

1U ,o/c, UUU 


194S 


8,550 


497 


ti 


a/4,249,000 


2.15 


8,970,000 


a/ Include 


s some on an 


ti ties 


not harvested and excluded 


in computing 


value - 


424,000 


crates in 


1938, 


328,000 crates in 1944, 82, 


00Q crates in 


1945 and 



77,000 crates in 1946 



vr~r~f * (TV v 

V.I J' Xjj. 


l CELERY - ACREAGE AND P 


R0DUCTI0U 


BY COUNTIES AMD 


AREAS 1946 


Counties 


: Acr 


eage 


: Yield 


: Production 


and 




: For 




: Total 


: Of Value 


Areas 


: planted 


• Harvest 


: Crates 


: (For Harvest) 


: (Harvested) 


San ford Area 












Lake 


125 


125 


400 


50,000 


50,000 


Orange 


' 500 


490' 


545 ' 


267,000 


267,000 


Seminole 


3,100 


3,060 


525 


1,606,500 


1,595,000 


Area Total 


3,725 


3,675 


523 


1,923,500 


1,912,000 


Sarasota Area 












Manatee 


100 


100 


480 


48,000 


47,500 


, Sarasota 


1,000 


1,000 


650 


650,000 


650,000 


Area Total 


1,100 


1,100 


635 


698,000 


697,500 


Everglades Area 












Palm Beach 


3,900 


3,750 


432 


1,620,000 


1,555,000 


Other Counties 


25 


25 


300 


7,500 


7,500 


State Total 


8,750 


8,550 


497 


4,249,000 


' 4,172,000 






C..J,SRY - SPRING 




SPRING- CELERY - ACRES FOR H 


ARVEST - 


BY COUNTIES - 1940-1946 


C oun ty 


1940 


1941 


1942 


1943 1944 


1945 1946 


Alachua 




100 


135- 


100 100 


150 135 


Brevard 






15 






Lake 






100 


50 225 


300 675 


Manatee 


100 


100 


100 


100 




Marion 


200 


300 


300 


250 250 


200 220 


Orange 




50 


40 


3© 125 


800 675 


Palm Beach 


450 


575 1 


,000 


670 1,100 


825 1,425 


Putnam 


5 










Sarasota 


275 


425 


460 , 


350 200 


500 360 


Seminole 


1,200 1 


,500 1 


,300 


1,2 50 1,400 


1,450 1,400 


Other Counties 


20 


50 






25 10 


TOTAL 


2,250 3 


,100 3 


,450 


2,800 3,400 


4,250 4,900 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Sendee 
Orlando 
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O _ .1. _J L 


^-.U it5ifl.l7.Ei 


JriiUUUU llUii 






193 /-4o 


Year 


Acreage 




UXiX U 


rjroui. c x,_ on 


Unit Value 


To u-al Value 


1937 


2,200 


~T>P8" " 




1 IIP) AflO 
1,1x0, u\Ju 


""'ft V AQ 

| 1.08 


5 1,207,000 


1938 


2 ,100 


•4-68 


n 


yoo , uuu 


1 • 1U 


1 ,081 ,000 


1939 


2,050 


635 


n 


1 ^o? nnn 

1 , QUA , ULU 


1 . DO 


9 I/O AAA 

o , l^o , UUU 


1940 


2,250 


418 


ti 




1 . DO 


1 K7Q AAA 

i , o / y , UUU 


1941 


3,100 


568 


ii 


1 j / Ol , uuu 


1 . DO 


9 QA£ AAA 

<o , yuo , UUU 


1942 


3,450 


434 


ii 


1 aq 7 • onn 

1 , ^rC 1 ( , UUU 


1 s ^tu 


9 AGC AAA 

£, , uy d , uuu 


1943 


2 ,800 


450 


ii 


1 PfiO ODD 


S 7R 


7 9Ac; non 
/ , C ^tD , uuu 


1944 


3,400 


410 


ii 


a/i 3Q4 000 


4 R5 


D , t: 1 C , UUU 


1945 


4,250 


425 


ii 


a/l,806,000 


4.45 


7,948,000 


1946 


4,900 


447 


it 


a/2,190,000 


2.50 


5,290,000 


a/ I 


ncludes sorao quantities 


not harvested and excluded 


in computing 


value - 72,000 



crates in 1944, 20,000 crates in 1945 and 74,000 crates in 1946 



SPED 7 


3 CELERY - ACRUAC-S AYD PR0DUCTI0K BY 


cotjn n 


\5 ATD AREAS 1946 




Counties 


: Acreage : Yield ; 




produc tion 




and 




For : : 




Total 


Of 

Ui. 


Mr Inn 


Areas 


: planted : 


Harvest : Crates : 


(For 


harvest) 


1 Uo v. 


vp ^ i"pri I 

V ^ O \J. I 


heirs dale - Is 


land Grove Area 












Alachua 


135 


135 397 




53,600 




53 , 600 


Kari on 


330 


220 356 




76,400 




61 ,400 


Area To'tal 


465 


355 372 




132, 0C0 




115,000 


3 an fo rd- Ovi edo 


-Zellv.-ood Area 








_~ 




Lake 


675 


675 376 




254,000 




244.000 


Orar o*e 


800 


675 393 




265,500 




257,000 


'-'emindle 


1,400 


1,400 598 




837,500 




822,500 


Area Total 


2,875 


2,750 493 


1,357,000 


" 1 


,323,500 


palm Beach 


1,500 


1,425 348 




495,500 




472 ,000 


Sarasota 


400 


360 564 




203,000 




203,000 


Other Countie 


s -10 


10 250 




2,500 




2 ,500 


State Total 


5 ,250 


4,900 447 


n 


,190,000 


c 


,116,000 


ALL CELERY 


- ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY C01XTI5S - 


SEASON 


- 1939-40 


to 1945 


-46 


County 


1939-40 1940-42 1941-42 19 


42-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Alachua 




100 135 


100 


100 


150 


135 


Brevard 




15 










Lake 




100 


50 


225 


350 


800 


Henatee 


400 


350 350 


325 


200 


100 


100 


Marion 


200 


300 300 


250 


250 


200 


220 


Martin 




100 100 










Orange 




150 190 


195 


325 


950 


1,155 


Palm Beach 


1,060 ] 


.,900 2,200 


2,370 


3,500 


4,125 


5,175 


Putnam 


5 












Sarasota 


1,215 ] 


.,400 1,460 


1,410 


1,200 


1,300 


1,360 


Semir ole 


4,200 4,350 4,500 


4,050 


4,100 


3,850 


4,460 


Other Counties 


20 


50 






25 


35 


TOTAL 


7,100 


3,700 9,350 


8,750 


9,900 


11,050 


13,450 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orla do 
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ALL CEL 


,EHY - AC 


RMGBi PRODUCTION A TT D 


VALUE - STATE S 


CHMAET 1936-3 


7 to 1945-46 


Seas on 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit VpIuo 


Total Value 


1936-37 


~~6776o 


524 


Crates 


3,508,000 
a/3,829,000 


v 1.30 


4,553,000 


1937-38 


7,200 


532 


i» 


.97 


3,509,000 


1938-39 


6,700 


544 


1! 


3, 646,000 


1.48 


5,383,000 


1939-40 


7,100 


536 


It 


3,806,000 


1.54 


5,878,000 


1940-41 


8,700 


488 


tt 


4,242,000 


1.91 


8,116,000 


1941-42 


9,350 


466 


• 1 


4,353,000 


1.65 


7,237,000 


1942-43 


8,750 


477 


!t 


4,176,000 


4.11 


17,159,000 


1943-44 


.9,900 


502 


It 


a/4,969,000 


3.18 


14,530,000 


1944-45 . . 


11,050 


499 


n 


a/5,512,000 


3.48 


18,820,000 


1945-46 


13,450 


479 


tt 


a/6,439,000 


2.27 


14,260,000 


a/ Includes borne 


quantities 


not harvested and excluded 


in computing 


value - 



424,000 crates in 1937-38, 400,000 crates in 1943-44, 102,000 crates in 1944-45 
an.d 151,000 crates in 1945-46 



ALL 


CELERY - ACREAGE AFD PRODUC 


TION BY 


COUNT! 


ES ANE AREAS 1946 


Counties 


: Ac r oat 




: Yield 




Production 


and 




For 






Total 


: Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted : 


Harve s t 


: Crates 


: (For Harvest) 


: (Harvested) 


-fc-irsdaie - Island Grove Area 












Alachua 


135 


135 


397 




53,600 


53,600 


Marion : 


330 


220 


356 




78,400 


61,400 


Area Total 


465 


355 


372 




132,000 


115,000 


S an f o r d- vi e d o- 


ZelU' ,r ood Area 












Laice 


800 


800 


380 




304,000 


294,000 


Orange 


1,300 


1,155 


457 




532,500 


524,000 


Seminole 


4,500 


4,460 


548 




2,444,000 


2,417,500 


Area Total 


6,600 


6,425 


511 




3,280,500 


3,255,500 


Sarasota Area 














Manatee 


100. 


100 


480 




48,000 


47,500 


Sarasota 


1,400 


1,360 


627 




853,000 


853,000 


Area Total 


1,500 


1,460 


' ■ ' 61 7 ' 




901,000 


900,500 


'Everglades Area 














palm Beach 


5,400 


5,175 


409 




2,115,500 


2,027,000 


Hisc. Counties 


35 


35 


236 




10,000 


10,000 


State Total 


14,000 


13,450 


479 




6,439,000 


6,283,000 


CELERY - 


COUNTY CARLO T SEIF 


': F IS (RAIL) BY 


MM IMS 


- SEASON - 


1945-46 


County 


Dec* Jan: Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr : 


VTay ; 


June: Total; 1943-4-0 : 


Alachua 








66 


55 


121 212 


Hillsborough 




1 








1 16 


Manatee 




1 








1 


Marion 








7 


51 


58 


Orange 


' 96 127 50 




230 


330 • 


42 


875 533 


Palm Eeach 


265 1161 704 


941 


519 


312 


24 3 


,926 3,335 


Sarasota 


52 361 378 


562 


309 


232 


1 


,894 2,083 


Seminole 


30 654 973 


1286 


1308 


1239 


123 5 


,313 4,853 


TOTAL 


443 2503 2105 


2 791 


2366 


2186 


295 12 


,489 11,037 



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Orlando „ 
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CARLO? S i 


-p — • 


is o? c: 


JLJ3IS BY 


RAIL C 


R .BOAT 






•Seas gii 


Dec ■ 


Jan.; 


Feb : 


• Mar; 


Apr : 


May : 


June : 


July : 


Total; 


1928-29 


1 


651 


2442 


• 25S5 


2011 


1124 


37 




8,831 


1929-30 


102 ' 


1329 


2563 


233S 


2154 


1213 


159 




9,838 


1930-31 


73 


996 


1694 


2210 


2965 


279 


27 


1 


8,245 


1931-32 


336 


1223 


1649 


1476 


1S87 


1175 


85 




7*931 


1932-33 


38 " 


1225 


1405 


1828 


1568 


885 


40 




6,987 


1933-34 


34 


901 


1553 


2180 


2513 


1527 


44 




8,352 


1934-35 


15 


336 


1514 


2136 


2003 " 


1218 


29 




7,2 51 


1935-36 


1 ' 


681 


1601 


1940 


2131 


1068 


158 




7,580 


1936-37 


29 


1537 


1461 


1965 


2332 


1715 


51 




9,090 


1937-38 


109 


846 


1507 


■ 2390 


2136 


1471 


41 




3,500 


IS 38-39 


117 


1073 


1838 


1744 


1695 


1505 


59 




8,031 


1939-40 


36 


1053 


13S2 


2020 


2413 


969 


31 




7 3 884 


1940-41 


396 


1040 


1091 


1702 


2371 


1765 


473 




8,838 


1941-42 


38 


974 


1378 


2398 


2298 


1855 


179 




9,120 


1942-43 


ooO 


1172 


1567 


2008 


1506 


1520 


208 




8,561 


1 fi A !S A A 


183 


1142 


*i f~\ o r\ 

J.820 


o f* r? c 


2074 


"1 O A A 

1244 


ill 




9,349 


1944-45 


400 


1395 


2127 


2497 


2104 


2121 


393 


_ 


11,037 


1945-46 


443 


23C3 


2105 


2791 


2366 


2186 


235 


- 


12,489 






EFTS 0? 


vir: 


IX by truce n" c 


ARL0T 


EFuTvAL] 


3 T TS 




1 9o 8— o9 


7. 


121 


178 


176 


152 


es 


2 


— ■ 


664 


1959-40 




-151 


222 


! , 457 


309 


110 


4 




"1,261 


1940-41 


51 


218 


288 


441 


382 


252 


69 




1,681 


1941-42 


a 
<^ 


219 


328 


431 


351 


79 


_ 




1,427 


1942-43 s 




Fct A 


vail able 












194S-44 " 


16 


74 


99 


105 


70 


36 


3 




401 


1944-45 


29 


114 


97 


75 


• 56 


26 


8 




- 405 


1945-46 


33 


130 


156 


147 


69 


46 


5 




566 . 


Fote; Conver 


si on Fac 


tors fo 


r 193 


3-39 to 


1941** 42 


- 365 


c rates ; 


for 1943- 


44 to 


1945-4 


6 - 370 


crates 

















CTJCU?T:SRS - FALL 



FALL 


CVCFf EERS 


- ACRES I 


■0?. : SUITES 


r - ny couf 


TIES - 1 


939-1945 




County 


1939 


1940 


19 41 


1942 


1943 


1944 


1945 


Al achua " 














25 


Broward 








100 


300 


200 


350 


Collier 


100 


100 


100 


150 


100 


50 


50 


De-Soto 














50 


Hardee 


800 


700 


900 


750 


400 


325 


500 


Hendry 


100 


100 


100 


100 


50 


25 


50 


Hillsborough 








25 


25 


125 


250 


Indian Fiver 


100 


100 


100 


75 


50 






Lake 














25 


Joe 


300 


400 


350 


450 


500 


150 


290 


Fanatee 






50 


25 


75 


50 


460 


Far tin 












25 


50 


Pa Ira Beach 








100 


200 


150 


325 


St. Lucie 


150 


150 


150 


125 


175 


50 


100 


Paras ota 


100 


100 


100 


100 


75 


25 


50 


^urater 


— 












50 


Dni on 














25 


0th or Counties 


150 


150 


150 




50 


25 




TOTAL 


1,800 


1 , 800 


2, oca 


2,000 


1,800 


1,200 


2,650 




Fl orida 


Crop and 


Livestock 


Reporting 


Service 







Orlando 



FALL CUCUMBERS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AITD VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 1936-1945 



Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Prpduc tion 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1936 


1,600 


40 


Bu. 


64,000 


Q 2.20 


$ 141,000 


1937 


2,000 


50 




100,000 


1.90 


190,000 


1938 


1 ,800 


100 




180,000 


1.35 


243,000 


1939 


1,800 


90 


" 


162,000 


1.85 


300,000 


1940 


1 , 800 


105 




189,000 


1.50 


284,000 


1941 


2 ,000 


90 




180,000 


2.60 • 


468,000 


194<d 


2 , 000 


80 




160,000 


3.60 


576,000 


1943 


1,800 


LOO 




189,000 


5 .00 


945,000 


1944 


1,200 


70 




84,000 


6.35 


533,000 


1945 


2,650 


127 




a/337,000 


3.75 


1,241,000 


a/ Includes some 


quantities 


not harvested and excluded 


in computing 


value - 6,000 



"bushels in 1940 



FALL CUCUMBERS 


- ACREAGE 


AND PRODUCTION BY 


COUNTIES AITD AREAS 


1945 




Counties : 


Acreage- 




Yield : 


Production 




and : 




For 




Total : 


Of Value 


Areas : 


Planted : Harvest ■ 


Bushels : 


(For Harvest) : 


(Harve 


sted) 


Gainesville Area 














Alachua 


25 


' 25 


65 


1,625 




1,625 


Union 


25 


25 


65 


1,625 




1,625 


Area Total 


50 


50 


65 


3,250 




3,250 


Central Florida. Area 














Eillsboro- plant City 


50 


50 


70 


3,500 




3,500 


Lake 


25 


25 


150 


3,750 




3,750 


Sumter 


50 


50 


150 


7,500 




7,500 


Area Total 


■ 125 


125 


116 


14,750 




14,750 


'""auchula Area 














DeSoto 


50 


50 


100 


5,000 




5,000 


Hardee 


550 


500 


185 


92,500 




92 ,000 


Area Total 


600 


550 


177 


97,500 




97,000 


Maria t e e- Ru s kin Area 














Hillsborough 


250 


200 


96 


19,200 




19,000 


Manatee 


500 


460 


87 


40,000 




37,000 


Saras ota 


50 


50 


90 


4,500 




4,500 


Area Total 


800 


710 


90 


63 , 700 




60,500 


Fort Myers Area 














Collier 


50 


50 


150 


7,500 




7,500 


Hendry 


50 


50 


150 


7,500 




7,500 


Lee 


300 


290 


185 


53,550 




52,200 


Area Total 


400 


390 


176 


68,550 




67,200 


Fort Pierce Area 














Martin 


50 


50 


350 


17,500 




17,500 


St. Lucie 


100 


100 


75 


7,500 




7,250 


Area Total 


150 


150 


167 


25,000 




24,750 


Pomp an Area 














Broward 


450 


550 


95 


33,250 




32,750 


Palm Beach (East) 


425 


525 


95 


31,000 




30,800 


Area Total 


875 


675 


95 


64,250 




63,550 


State Total 


3,000 


2,650 


127 


337,000 




331,000 



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Orlando 
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CUCU ? !B3BS - " 1VTZ2 





. .li. J — JlVyit 


it) J? (J.- Jr.. :i_ 


A :jO J. £51 iJ.i!a> iy^tD-1 


y fto 


County 


1 J4-D 


T r >1 5 


(previous years included in 


Fall or Spring) 


Brov'ar o. 




1L'(J 




Coll er 




i on 






Hendry 


_ 


50 ■ 






I cc 




50 ' 






7*2 l^n Ppach 


200 


400 






Oth or C ouii "bi g s 




100 








4-or 


Ron 






: t i: 7 t:-:r cucuiibers - 


ACREAGE, ] 


3 R0DUCTI0~ 


AFD .VALUE - STATE SUMHARY 


1945-1946 




Yield 


Unit 


Production Unit Value 




1945 " 400 


70 


Buo 


28,000 | 6.30 


\ 176,000 


1 O/' A POO 


131 


ft 


105,000 6.75 


709,000 




- AC?. SAG 


3 AFD PRODUCTION PY GOOF'TESS AFD AREA 


S 1946 


OOUI. UJ. t; 5 J 


Acreage : 


Yield: Pro du c ti on 






For : 


Total : 


Of Vc.lue 




Planted : 


Harvest : 


Bushels: (For Harvest) • 


(Harvested) 












f*fi1 It fir 


100 


100 


' 150 15,000 


15,000 


TJ <r> rt •-■'it 

il en ury 


50 


50 


150 7,500 


7,500 


Lee 


50 


50 


150 7,500 


7,500 


Area Total 


200 


200 


150 30,000 


30,000 












Broward 


300 


100 


90 9,000 


9,000 


Pain Beach (East) 


500 


400 


135 54,000 


54,000 


Area Total 


900 


500 


126 63,000 


63,000 


Misc. (^unties 


100 


100 


120 12,000 


12,000 


State Total 


1,200 


300 


131 105,000 


105,000 



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CUCUMBERS - SPRING 



SPUING 


CUCUMBERS - AC. 


ffiS FOR HARV] 


3ST - BY 


COUNTIES - 


1940-1946 




County 


1940 


1941 


1942 


1943 


1 944 


1945 


1946 


Alachua 1 


7300" 


1,000 


900 


900 


1,200 


2,000 


2,300 


Bradford 


200 


200 


200 


200 


150 


150 


200 


Provrard 


- 


100 


400 


100 


100 






Calhoun 




— 






100 


500 


200 


Charlotte 


50 


— 


50 










Collier 


300 




50 


75 


100 


100 




Columbia 




— 


- 


_ 


_ 


25 


_ 


Dade 






- 


_ 


50 






DeSoto 




— 


- 


_ 


_ 


50 


50 


Flagler 




— 


— 


_ 






100 


Hamilton 




— 


- 


- 


100 


400 


500 


Hardee 


800 


600 


800 


400 


200 


500 


680 


Hendry 




100 


50 


75 


50 






Highlands 






- 


- 


"50 


' 50 




Hillsborough 


OTA 

200 


400 


400 


100 


350 


350 


480 


Indian River 






- 


_ 


50 


_ 


_ 


Jackson 


100 


100 


.100 


- 


_ 


100 


300 


Lake 


100 


100 


100 


100 


200 


200 


320 


Lee 


— 


100 


300 


50 


50 


150 


60 


Levy 


350 


150 


150 


_ 


50 


100 


170 


Madison 


™ 




- 




_ 


25 




Manatee 


350 


800 


800 


100 


300 


50 


270 


Marion 


600 


950 


950 


600 


150 


225 


380 


Martin • 


300 


200 


100 


25 


50 


_ 


_ 


Orange 


350 


950 


1,000 


750 


200 


150 


360 


Osceola 


— 


— 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- - 


Palm Peach 


— 




m 


100 


50 


- 


50 


Polk 


50 




50 


- 


50 


50 


50 


Putnam 


350 


200 


200 




— 


- 


- 


St. Johrs 


— 


- 


_ 


100 


- 


_ 


• 


St. Luoie 






- 


50 


100 


50 


' 40 


Sarasota 


1 50 


200 


300 


50 


100 


125 


90 


Sumter 


750 


750 


750 


SOO 


600 


500 


920 


Suwannee 




- 


- 


- 


- 


50 




Un i on 












I ou 


i Kri 
loU 


Other Counties 


50 


100 


50 


100 


100 


50 


30 


TOTAL 6 


,400 


7,000 


7,700 


4,500 


4,500 


6,100 


7,700 


SPRING CUCUMBERS - 


ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION J 


3-D VALUE 


- STATE SU 


1 ARY 1937- 


46 



Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 


4,000 


75 


3u . 


300,000 


$ 3.20 


$ 960,000 


1938 


5,000 


150 




750,000 


1.15 


862,000 


1939 


5,800 


120 




696,000 


1.65 


1,148,000 


1940 


6,400 


160 




1,024,000 


1.60 


1,638,000 


1941 


7,000 


125 




875,000 


1.80 


1,575,000 


1942 


7,700 


95 




732,000 


2.15 


1,574,000 


1943 


4,500 


80 




360,000 


5.60 


2,016,000 


1944 


4,500 


60 




270,000 


4.20 


1,154,000 


1945 


6,100 


120 




732,000 


3.95 


2,891,000 


1946 


7,700 


140 




a/l,078,000 


5.40 


3,427,000 


a/ Includes some 


quantities 


net harvested and excluded in computing 


value - 



70,000 bushels in 1946 



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Orlando 
-2 7- 



. SPRI1TG CUCU? BFRS 


- acr:_ac- 


j A"D PRODUCTION "BY C 


BOUNTIES MD 4R^AS 


1946 


Counties : 


\ n v 




I J.UIU .; 


Products 


on 


and • • 




5 For , : 




Total 


UX v lliut 


Areas : 


planted 


Sj LvolIO X o ; 


iF'or ^I^rve^t^ • 




West Florida Area 












Calhoun 


500 


cut 1 


DC 

oo 


LI, UUU 


14,U00 


J ac Ics on 


500 




RS 
OO 


2 5 son 


?i sno. 


Area Total 


1 ,000 


son 


OK 

oo 


4? 300 


tS son 


Gainesville Area 












Alachua 


2 ,500 


O , \J \J\J 


ox 


186 500 


i 71 snn 

X / X , JvU 


Bradford 


200 


Cj U V 




15 875 


i a nnn 

X - , W U 


Flagler 


100 


100 


40 


4,000 


2 300 


Hani 1 ton 


500 


500 


100 


50,000 


50,000 


Levy 


170 


X l u 


7R ' 


12,750 


12,750 


Mari on 


400 


380 


"1 06 


40 A? 3 


^0 4?S 


Union 


150 


150 


77 


11,500 


10,000 


Area Total 


4,020 




R4. 
o*± 


321 ,050 


231 .176 


Central Florida Area 












Hillsboro- Plant City- 


225 


180 


122 


21 ,875 


21 ,875 


Lake 


400 


320 


323 


103,500 


103,000 


Orange 


600 


o ou 




93, 600 


83, 600 


polk 


50 


SO 


»-/U 


4,500 


4,500 


Sumter 


1,000 


950 


300 


285,000 


276,000 


Area Total 


2,275 


1 ,860 


273 


508,475 


488,975 


"Tauchula Area 












DeSoto 


50 


50 


95 


4,750 


4,750 


Hardee 


700 


680 




64,600 


61,000 


Area Total 


750 


733* 


95 


69,350 


65,750 


I ,T anatee-?.usIeLn Area 












Hillsbor ough 


500 


son 


1 so. 


45,000 


40,000 


Manatee 


500 


C f U 


?1 1 


56,975 


52,975 


Sarasota 


105 




X c? o 


17,575 


17,350 


Area Total 


705 


VjUU 


"1 Rl 


119,550 


110,325 


Other Counties 












Lee 


100 


60 


240 


14,400 


13,600 


Ma rtin 


50 










Palm Beach- 'Everglades 


50 


50 


15 


750 


750 


St, Lucie 


50 


40 


48 


1,925 


1,925 


State Total 


. 3,000 


7,700 


140 


1,078,000 


1,008,000 



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AIL CUCUMBERS - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES - S LAS Oil 1039-40 to 1945-46 



County 1959-40 194 0-41 1941-42 1942-43 "1943-44 1944-45 — 1945-46 



Alachua 




1 , 300 


1 


,000 


900 


900 


1,200 


2 


,000 


2,325 


Bradford 




200 




200 


200 


200 


150 




150 


200 


Brovard 




- 




100 


4-00 


200 


400 




400 


450 


Calhoun 




- 




- 


- 


_ 


100 




500 


200 


Charlotte 




50 




- 


50 


_ 


_ 








Collier 




400 




100 


150 


225 


200 




150 


150 

>— 


Columbia 




- 




- 


- 


_ 


_ 




25 


Dado 




- 




- 


-. 


_ 


50 








DeSoto • 




- 




- 


- 


_ 






50 


100 


Flagler 




- 




- 


- 


- 






_ 


100 


Hamilton 




- 




- 


- 


- 


100 




400 


500 


Hardee ■ 




1,600 


1 


,300 


1,700 


1,150 


600 




825 


1,180 


Hendry 




100 




200 


150 


175 


100 




25 


100 


Highlands 




- 




- 


- 


- 


50 




50 


_ 


Hillsborough 




250 




400 


400 , 


125 


375 




475 


730 


Indian River 




100 




100 


100 


75 


100 




_ 


_ 


Jack. Ton 




100 




100 


100 


- 


_ 




100 


300 


Lake 




100 




100 


100 


100 


200 




200 


345 


Lee 




300 




500 


650 


500 


350 




300 


400 


Levy 




350 




150 


150 


-- 


50 




100 


170 


Madison . 




■ - 




- 


- 


- 


- 




25 


_ 


Manatee 




350 




800 


850 


125 


375 




100 


730 


Marion 




600 




950 


950 


600 


150 




225 


380 


Martin 




300 




200 


100 


25 


50 




25 


50 


Orange 




350 




950 


1,000 


750 


200 




150 


360 


Osceola 




- 




- 


- 


25 






- 


- 


Palm peach 




- 




- 


- 


200 ' 


250 




350 


775 


Polk' 




50 




- 


50 


- 


50 




50 


50 


Putnam 




350 




200 


200 


- 


- 




- 


mi 


St-. ■ Johns 




- 




- 


% ' 


100 


- 




- 


- 


St. Lucie 




150 




ISO 


15-0 


175 


275 




100 


140 


Sarasota 




250 




300 


400 


150 


175 




150 


140 


o uni u e r 




i DU 




/ ou 


/ ou 


oUU 






DUU 


Q9r> 

VC\J 


Suwannee 


















50 




Uni on 


















150 


175 


Other Counties 




200 




250 


200 


100 


150 




75 


180 


TOTAL 




8,200 


8 


,800 


9,700 


6,500 


6,3.00 


7 


,700 


11,150 


ALL CUCUMBES 


S - 


ACrjSA.SE., PRODUCTION A 


'D VALUE 


- S TATS 


SUMMARY 1936- 


•37 tc 


1945-4-6 


Season Acreage 


Yield 


i 


J] LX.t 


Production 


Unit Value 




Tot 


al Value 


193S-.T7 5, 


600 


65 




\\ i 


564, 


000 


% 3.02 






101,000 


1937-38 7, 


000 


121 






850, 


000 


1.24 




1, 


052,000 


1938-39 7, 


600 


115 






876, 


000 


1.59 




1, 


391,000 


1939-40 8, 


200 


145 






1,186, 


000 


1.63 




1, 


938,000 


1940-41 8, 


800 


121 






1,064, 


ooo ■ 


1.75 




1, 


859,000 


1941-42 9, 


700 


94 






912, 


000 


2.24 




2, 


042,000 


1942-43 6, 


000 


' 80 






520, 


000 


4.98 




2, 


592,000 


1943-44- ' 6, 


300 


73 






j 459, 


ooo • 


4.53 




2, 


079,000 


1944-45 7, 


700 


110 






844, 


000 


4.26 




3, 


600,000 


1945-46 11, 


150 


136 






a/1,520,000 


3.72 




5, 


377,000 


a/ Includes some 


Quantities 


not 


ha rve s 


ted and e 


deluded 


in computin 


o 


value 





76,000 bushels in 1945-4S 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
-29- 



ALT CuCTP'B^PS - 


ACPJ3AGE 


A! T B PRODUCTION BY 


COUNTIES MD AREAS 


1945-46 


Counties : 


. Acreage « 


Yield 


• Production 


pn ri 

.... • 




■ fOF • ; 




: lo ua.L j 


0i value 


Arc8.s 




: Harvest ; 


Bushel s 


: (For .larvest) 


(Harvested) 


""est Florida Area. 












Calhoun 


oUU 


200 


85 


17,000 


14,000 


.Tfi r* It* c i*m*i 

tub Lv o UI 1 


oUU 


300 


o c 
OD 


25 , 500 


21,500 


Area Total 


i Af\A* 


ouo 


OO 


42 ,500 


35,500 


Gsinpsvi 11 e l\vnp 












Alachua 


9 R9 R 




ol 


TOO IOC 

188,125 


173,125 


■Rrad f nrrf 


eUU 


200 


IV 


15,875 


14,000 


Flagl er 


i no 


1 no 

1UU 


A A 

4rU 


A AAA 

4 , UUU 


O C A A 

c , DUU 


H ami 1 "ton 


500 


SOO 


1 00 


RO AAA 
DU , UUU 


R A AAA 
DU,UUU 


Levy 


1 *7A 
1 fU 


1 /O 




12 ,750 


12,750 


Marion 


AAA ' 
4UU 


ooU 


10b 


40,425 


o0,425 


Un i on 


i 7R 

1(0 


1 ( 


/D 


"1 *2 IOC 

I«f>, 160 


11 ,625 


Area Total 


4,U / U 


o ,odU 




3c4,o00 


294,425 


C en tr a] Florida Are? 












A . X J. J- O U Ul W "X J. CV* t U w X O V 


9 7^ 


9 ^O 
c< O -J 


1 1 A 
1 1U 


60 , o r 


C D , O / D 


Lake 




O rtD 


Oil 


1 A7 9 R A 
1U / , 6 0U 


lUo , /DU 


Or an r e 


600 


o60 


P RO 

C OU 


95 , 600 


83 , d00 


Polk 


OU 


oU 


n a 
90 


4, 500 


4, 500 






1 OiOO 




9Q9 ROO 
CoCy DUU 


po? RAO 
o OO , DUU 




? 4-00 


~\ Q ,1 S 




R? Z 9 9 R 


ROR 79 R 
DUO , 143 


T , feu c h u 1 g. Ar c a 












DcSoto 


1 OO 


1UU 


on 


y j / ou 


Q HZ. A 




1 , £^0U 


1 , IbU 


loo 


ICV 1 AA 

lo / , 1UU 


1 AAA 
loo ,UUU 


«Ti,-l V_ V. _ W Um X 


J- , *J \J w 


1 ^RO 


1 "?A 
10U 


1 ^fi RRO 

1 UU , OOU 


1 fi? 7R0 


Tt vt o t* n p - v n q ^ A yoo 
J.^aiia ULt-"i\.Uo h.Xii t> c. 












T ii 1 1 s borough.— liuskin 




ouu 


ILv 


O AA 

, <dUU 


cq AAA 

o9 , UUU 


M&nfttco 


you 


VIA 

1 OU 


loo 


y o, y r d 


o9 ,9 /o 


:jCJ.l UOU OCX 


1 OD 


14U 


in 


99 A7C; 


i n r a 
<, 1 , odU 


ill t.-d. J U 


1 ^O c 
1 j DUD 


T ^70 
i , I u 


1 'ZA 


i 0^5 9 RO 
1 OO , C DU 


1 70 R9R 


X U X O 1 1 V j i jLxt/CX 












n olli er 


1 oO 


1 CA 

lot) 


"\ RO 
1DU 


O O C A A 

CC , DUU 


on c: a A 
Ci, DUU 


Hen drv 


100 


1 A A 

1UU 


i c;a 
1 oU 


1 u AAA 

lb, OOU 


1 ^ AAA 
1 ,UUU 




A SO 


i3 OO 


ldy 


7R ARO 


7"z XOO 

i O , O UU 


ii* C cx 1 (J UCVyL 


700 


OOU 


1 7A 

1 / 'r 


119 Q RO 
lie , y • j u 


1 1 h ROO 
1 1U , ouu 


Por"fc PioTCfi Aroa 












Mar tin 

1 1< — - 4- will 


100 


dU 


X RO 
ODU 


17 C AA 

1 i ,dUU 


1 "7 c; AA 

1 / , dUU 


St. l.iici p 


1 RO 


1 AO 


o / 


Q 4.9 R 


9 1 7R 


Al^c. _U uc.l 


? so 


l^U 


1 TrC/ 


9 o Q9 R 

CO, J C*\J 


? P, R7R 


Poinpano Area 












Broward 


/ OU 


a e; a 


94 


AO 9 RA 
4c , cDU 


A~l 7RA 
41 , / DU 


Palm Eeach (East) 


1 0? S 

1 , \JC D 


7? ^ 
leu 


117 


RR OOO 

OO , UUU 


R4. ROO 

Ot; , OUU 


ill 5 d J . U U f ~ X 


1 , 775 


] 1 75 

X f X 1 


1 OR 
1 uo 


127 250 


126.550 


Pvptp^I pHp r ; Aroa 

iTj V^-X t X C- V_i. ^ O x *-V w C*. 

Palrn Peach (".Test) 


50 


• 50 


15 


750 


750 


Misoi Counties 


100 


100 


120 


12,000 


12,000 


State Total 


13,200 


• 11,150 


156 


1,520,000 


1,444,000 



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CUCUMBERS - 


COU! TY 


CARLOT 


SHIPMEH TS 


(FAIL) 


PY MO. 


: THS - 


SEASON 


- 1945- 


46 


C oun ty 


Oct; 


N o v : 


Doc : 


Jan« Feb: 


' J tar : 


Apr; 


May : 


June : 


Tota].': 


• 194-4-45 


Al aohua 












17 


226 




243 


139 


Broward 




3 


6 




»*» 
D 


2 






17 


3 


Collier 




1 


1 


2 "2 


31 


11 






48 


34 


Flagler 














1 




1 


4 


Hand 1 ton 














10 




10 


8 


Hardee 


30 


60 






4 


90 






184 


31 


Hen dry 




17 


13 












30 


22 


Hillsborough 


3 


28 


1 






73 


32 




137 


91 


Jacks on 














65 




65 


92 


Lake 












28 


5 




33 


3 


Lee 


15 


81 


1 




5 


21 


4 




127 


45 


Levy 












2 


2 




4 


6 


Mad is on 














4 




4 




Manatee 


IS 


18 






1 


50 


6 




91 


17 


Marion 












9 


34 


1 


44 


5 


Martin 


2 


8 














10 




Orange 












42 


74 




116 


83 


St. Lucie 




4 














4 


1 


Sarasota 


3 


2 








5 


1 




11 


8 


Suiater 


n 

c 


. 10 






19 


331 


24 




386 


295 


Union 


r> 

a 
















7 
i 


i 
j_ 


TOTAL 


73 


232 


22 


2 2 


66 


681 


493 


1 


1572 


983 






CARLOT 


SHJPMMTS 0? CUG 


UMBERS 


BY RAIL OR 


BOAT 






Season 


Oct: 


Nov; 


Dec: 


Jan: Fob; 


Mar : 


Apr : 


May. 


June: 


Total : 




1928-29 


9 


65 


16 




404 


1221 


483 


- 


2196 




1929-30 


5 


106 


54 




■9 


202 


582 


43. 


1001 




1930-31 


66 


215 


. 20 




- 


154 


1097 


83 


1635 




1331-32 


37 


82 


10 


- CjC 


85 


14 


379 


49 


678 




1932-33 


39 


98 


13 




97 


201 


101 


4 


553 




1933-34 


57 


151 


68 


5 


5 


200 


340 


4 


330. 




1934-55 - 


26 


127 


30 




19 


438 


255 


- 


895 




1935-36 


19 


210 


46 


5 


1 


256 


273 


26 


836 




1936-37 . 


31 


38 ■ 


14 


1 


63 


228 


160 


14 


549 




1937-38 


20 


93 


26 




109 


920 


275 




1443 




1938-39 


41 


127 


16 




135 


282 


294 


- 


895 




1939-40 


43 


42 


23 


3 


- 


193 


747 


140 


1191 




1940-41 • 


19 


15S 


8 


3 


- 


132 


674 


27 


1021 




1941-42 


17 


76 


36 




1 


178 


836 


54 


1198 




1942-43 


54 


76 


10 


3 


2 


96 


209 


11 


461 




1943-44 


14 


88 


46 


4 


24 


99 


112 


18 


405 




1944-45 


20 


52 


19 


8 


71 


504 


312 


2 


988 




1945-46 


75 


o n o 


22 


2 2 


66 


681 


493 


1 


1572 





SHIPMENTS OF CUCUMBERS BY TRUCK IN CARLOT ETJIVALFF TS 



1938-39 




81 


30 


13 


5 61 


235 


360 


1 


786 


1939-40 


68 


95 


38 


6 


5 3 


196 


601 


257 


1269 


1940-41 


45 


121 


20 


4 


5 3 


186 


762 


49 


1195 


1941-42 


61 


104 


46 


8 


4 4 


167 


192 




586 


1942-43 








Not Ave 


liable 










1943-44 


14 


41 


23 


17 


12 19 


69 


52 


n 

C 


249 


1944-45 


6 


20 


23 


19 


9 40 


172 


125 


30 


444 


1945-46 


42 


73 


27 


20 


8 53 


556 


162 




741 


Note: 


Conversion 


Factor 


s for 


1938-3S 


to 1945-46 - 45C 


bushels 





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Orlcjido 
-31- 



EGG-PLAT T - FALL 

FALL- EGGPLANT - ACRES FOP. HARVEST - BY COIF TIES - 1939 - 1945 



C nuri tv 

w \J uti ivy 




1 9SQ 

X «7 O J 




1 0/1 1 


"1 Q A O 




1944 


1945 


P 1 achua 








1UU 


ou 


50 


50 


50 


J^J. V> VO.1 












20 






Broward 














cn 
OU 


O C 

£0 


nh ar 1 n't* "hp 


















Collier 














9 c; 
<cO 




Gi 1 ch. ri n "h 














1UU 


DO 


H8.rd.GG 




160 


J- KJ \J 


"? 5 


1 9R 

1 C O 


t <^n 
1 OU 


i nn 


lou 


it p y*y~) an d o 














OU 


~ 
CO 


ill 1 iu UUI U 












f O 


c n 
oO 


1 rn 

150 


X-*-- *J- X o-.ii J lL-L VOX 












9 K 






Lake 












oU 






T ^ 
Xj 




COKJ 


ouw 


O Ju 


9 OP, 


9 nn 

cut) 




-nor 

Id 


_ Ldij. autV/ 








PRO 


low 


c / 


c;n 
OU 


l nn 


~ Tp v»n r\Y} 




x uo 






i nn 


9nn 


i nn 

1UU 


i /i n 


Martin 
















50 


Orange 




20 


20 


- 


- 


125 


25 


50 


Palm Beach 




75 






25 


50 


50 


90 


St. Lucie 














25 


50 


Sarasota 












25 






Seminole 




20 


25 






? R 






Other Counties 




35 


125 


50 


ou 


ovj 


to 


TOTAL 




950 


1,100 


1,400 


700 


x e ou'j 




1,1 uu 


FALL EGGPLANT - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION ATP VALUE - 


S iA lE Ul JkAKx 


1 yo 


- 1 y^iO 


Year Acreage 


Yield unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


rp ~ 
10 


xai vaiue 


1936 


850 


200 Bu. 


170, 


000 


v . /O 


ft 


i iQ nnn 
1 iy , uuu 


1937 1 


,000 


150 " 


150, 


000 


1 • cU 




i fln nnn 


1938 1 


,100 


260 " 


286, 


000 


• r 




■pi/I nnn 


1939 


950 


120 " 


114, 


000 








1940 1 


,100 


135 » 


148, 


000 


1.05 




155,000 


1941 1,4-00 


185 " 


259, 


000 


.80 




207,000 


1942 


700 


120 ?/ " 


84, 


000 


2.40 




202,000 


1943 1 


,300 


110 » 


143, 


000 


2.50 




358,000 


1944 


800 


90 " 


72,000 


1.95 




140,000 


1945 1 


,100 


223 " 


a/245, 


000 


2.10 




384,000 


a/ Includes 


some 


quantities not harvested and 


excluded in computing value - 



62,000 bushels in 1945 



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Orlando 
-32- 





ACREAGE 


AFD PRODUCTION BY 


BOUNTIES AMD AREAS 1945 


noun 'hi ps • 


Acreage 


Yield 


: Production 




and : 




: For : 




: Total 


: Of Value 




T"l1 v\X^/^ 


: Harvest : 


Bushels 


: (For Harvest) 


/tt 

: [E 


arves ted) 
















Al achua 


50 


50 


i nn 
100 


5,000 




4,000 


Gi lchris *t 


C A 

50 


50 


100 


5,000 




4,000 


jVlclx ± Oil 


<c00 


14-0 


250 


35,000 




7a nnn 
OU ,UUU 




ouu 




188 


45 ,000 




^ p nnn 
oo, UUU 


t/ oil ii ai r lux i u.y. j-xi t?<* 














He man do 


25 


25 


i nn 
1UU 


2,500 




O CAA 

o ,0UU 


Hi 1 1 shnrn- Pi an t Ci tv 


ou 


DU 


100 


a r\r\r\ 

5,000 




4,000 


Orange 


50 


50 


100 


5,000 




5,000 


A rofi Tntn 1 

xl 1 V*ft IV UUX 


125 


125 


100 


12,500 




11 £ A A 
11 , OUU 


Wauchula Area 














n arQGG 


1 JU 


1 ou 


o nn 

£iUU 






20,000 


Ms io a T?i i e? Iro n At* pfi 














Hill ^ lhny*n«" rftj^k"! n 




1UU 


250 


O C AAA 

CD ,U(JU 




*2 nnn 
b,UUU 


Manatee 


150 


100 


<i4u 


24, 000 




i c nnn 

I o,uuu 




250 


200 


245 


49,000 




?1 ono 

t/ X ,\JV./V_/ 


Fort Myers Area. 














Lee * 


pnr> 
c uu 


LCD 


•^n 
oou 


a 1 ^ v^n 

'iO , ( OU 




"zp 7cn 
OC , ( OU 


TP a v "f~ P.i orr*p A y* f» 
















OU 


ou 


150 


7 Rnn 
» , ouu 




7 SAD 
/ , owu 


ot« LiUClG 


ou 


OU 


oOU 


I / , OUU 




■> C CAA 

10 , OUU 


Ay<pQ Ta*!-?*! 
ill O d 1U udl 


100 


100 


<so0 


25,000 




CO, UUU 


TlT A V» fT* 1 Q flfit? A yirtO 

iii v IT aUUS Jix Ucl 














Palm Beach ^viest; 


100 


cn 
OU 


o o c 

225 


I l OCA 

II ,<:o0 




R ? ^n 
















JjX Uv/al U. 


/ o 


O IX 
CO 


ooO 


Q TCP, 

o , / 0U 




8,750 




50 


40 


30o 


12,250 




12,250 


A I Vol 1U UctX 


125 


65 


323 


21,000 




j UvJvJ 


Misco Counties 


OU 


40 


167 


-7,500 




7 enn 
/ , OUU 


State Total 


1,400 


1 ,100 


223 


245,000 




i nnn 
1 oo , UUU 


v / 1 IJ 1 E.' c EC-GPL AN T 


- ACRES 


FOR HARVEST 


- BY C0UTTIES - 1940- 


1 QAfi 
1 V'i O 




County ly40 


1941 


1942 


1943 


1944 


1 yio 




Broward 50 


100 


125 


200 


500 


ooc 


^nn 

OUU 


Indian River - 


- 










c O 


Lee 








100 


c, ou 




Manatee 


** 










7^ 
( o 


Martin 






50 




50 


175 


palm. Beacn ou 


100 


125 


250 


250 


200 


325 


St, Lucie - 








150 


50 


50 


Other Counties 






50 




25 


25 


TOTAL 100 


200 


250 


550 


1,000 


800 


1,100 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 



-33- 





WINTER EGGPLANT 


- ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION AND VALUE - 


STATE SUMMARY 


1940-4-6 


Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit . 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1940 


100 


325 


Bu. 


32,000 


$ 1.55 


$ 50,000 


1941 


' 200' 


300 


ii 


' 60,000 


1.60 


96,000 


1942 


250 ' 


350 


!» 


88,000 " 


1.50 


' \ 132,000 


1943 


550 • . 


450 


»» 


248,000 


2.80 


694,000 


1944 


1,000 


375 


tl 


a/375,000 


1.85 


601,000 


1945 


800 


350 


II 


280,000 • 


2.30 


644,000 


1946 


1,100 


388 


It 


a/42 7, 000 


2.10 


857,000 



Includes some quantities not harvested and excluded in computing value - 
50,000 bushels in 1944 and 19,000 bushels in 1946 



WINTER EGGPLANT - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 1946 



Counties 


: Acreage 




: Yield - : 


Production 


and 




For 




Total 


Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted : Harvest 


: Bushels • 


(For Harvest) 


(Harvested) 


Manatee- Buskin Area 












Manatee 


100 


75 


273 


20,500 


20,500 


Fort Myers Area 












Lee .. 


175' 


125 


400 


50,000 


44,000 


Fort pierce Area 












Indian River 


25 


25 


350 


8,750 


7,250 


Martin (East) 


175 


175 


479 


83,750 


83,750 


St. Lucie 


50 


50 


300 


15,000 


15,000 


Area Total 


250 


250 


430 


107,500 


106,000 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach 



50 



50 600 



30,000 



30,000 



Pompon o Area 


















Broi. r ard 




325 


300 


380 


114, 


000 




105,000 


Palm Beach (East) 


275 


2 75 


350 


96, 


250 




95,000 


Area Total 




600 


575 


366 


210, 


250 




200,000 


Misc. Counties 




25 


25 


350 


8, 


750 




7,500 


State Total 




1,200 


1,100 


388 


427, 


000 




408,000 








EGGPLANT 


- SPRING 










SPRING 


EGGPLANT 


- ACRES 


FOR HARV3 


3ST - 3Y COUNTIES - 


1940- 


1946 




County 


1940 


1941 


1942 


1943 


1944 




1945 


1946 


AI achua 


25 


' 100 


' 100" 


75 


100 




100 


75 


Broward 


50 






25 






200 


150 


Collier 


25 
















Dade 


25 
















Hardee 


25 




25 


25 


25 






50 


Highlands 


25 












25 




Hillsborough 


50 




100 


100 


350 




300 


350 


Indian River 


25 
















Lake 










50 




100 


• 50 


Lee 


50 


200 


200 


200 


200 




50 


75 


Manatee 


25 




100 


100 


100 




100 


200 


Marion 


25 








50 




25 


50 


Martin 








25 






25 


50 


Palm Beach 


25 


100 


100 


100 


200 




450 


425 


St. Lucio 








25 


50 




50 


25 


Seminole 


25 
















Sumter 














150 


150 


Other Counties 




200 


75 


25 


75 




75 


50 


TOTAL 


400 


600 


700 ' 


700 


1,200 


1 


,650 


1,700 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 
Orlando 
-34- 



SPRING uGGPLAU T -• AC PSAGL, PRObJCTIOi: A1--D VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 1937-46 



V £y si f ito 
j. w -IX iiUI t-cttjt 


j i e 1 0- 


Unit Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1 ° ^ 7 ROfi 

i_ w f www 




Bu. 


240,000 


■3 .35 


S 204,000 


1 Q^ft Ron 


Ann 
■-i-UU 






320,000 


.55 


176,000 


i ooo 


Ann 






400,000 


.75 


300,000 


1 Q 4-0 4 OO 


o ou 






144,000 


1.25 


180,000 


1 ROO 

JL <J X -L U w w 








207,000 


1 .55 


279,000 


i *y i W I \J\J 








210,000 


1 .45 


304,000 


1943 700 








210,000 


1.90 


o99 ,000 


1944 1,200 


325 






a/390,000 


1 . bo 


542 ,000 


1945 1,650 


320 






528,000 


1.95 


1,030,000 


1946 1,700 


395 






a/672,000 


1.10 


564,000 


a/ Includes some Quantities not 


harvested 


and exclud 


e d in c ompu ting 


value - 


40 000 hn=;hpT q in 


1944 


and 15 


9,000 bushels in 1946 






T - ACREAGE 


AND PROD 


5CTI0H BY C 


0UHTIES A^D AREAS 1946 


nuri 'i'i p"? 




Acrea 


ge 


• Yield : 


Produc " 


~i on 


art ci 






For 




Total 


: Of Value 


A y« /Ts a 


: Planted : 


Harvest 


: Bushels : 


(For Harvest) 


/ tt_ |_ _ *; \ 

(Harvested) 
















Ala chua 




i nn 

1UU 


75 


300 




9 T 7<^n 


? is ri on 




lb 


50 


195 


G 7C Pi 

y , i-jij 


O . (UU 


i\l 'X 1 »J X 




X ( D 


125 


258 


O(0 , c,0\J 


Op C,,")f) 

ii o , o uu 


r 1 pr "f-T 1 P. 1 "Pi riT*n rip. Atop 


















DU 


50 


175 


8, 750 


8, 7o0 


_1X 1 1 o U >J1 *J J X CVI L U V_L 




200 


200 


310 


co nnn 
oii , UUU 


DU , uuu 


T p Vr- 




50 


50 


394 


l y , i uu 


10, uuu 


Sumter 




150 


150 


285 




O^t ) 1 u U 


fir-pQ TrrrP 1 
rlx ca J w L/C. x 




450 


450 


296 


133 POO 

J_ O W * L-j WW 


118 .500 

X -aW W • W v-' w 


jvjcula OLt/"i\.UOi-J.Il .n.1 t^C- 


















150 


150 


525 


78,750 


73,750 


Manatee 




200 


200 


580 


116,000 


71,500 


Area Total 




350 


350 


556 


194,750 


145,250 


Fort Myers Area 














Lee 




75 


75 


584 


43,800 


27,375 


Fort pierce Area 














Martin (East) 




50 


50 


400 


20,000 


15,000 


St. Lucie 




25 


25 


110 


2,750 


125 


Area Total 




75 


75 


303 


22,750 


15,12 5 


everglades Area 














Palm Beach (Vest) 




300 


275 


333 


105,250 


48,250 


Pompano Area 














Broward 




150 


150 


400 


60,000 


55,000 


Palm Boach. (East) 




150 


150 


400 


60,000 


55,000 


Area Total 




300 


500 


400 


120,000 


110,000 


Mis Co Counties 




75 


50 


400 


20,000 


20,000 


State Total 


1 


,300 


1,700 


595 


672,000 


515,000 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
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ALL EGGPLANT - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COTFTIES - SEASCK 1939-40 to 1945-46 



C ouii ty 


1939- CO 


1940-41 


1 q 41 - 1? 


1 Q 4? 

JLC7 xC 


— O 


1943-44 1944-45 


1945-46 


Al achua 


75 


2 on 

O \J\J 






LCD 


. ..... ... 

1 JU 


1 D\J 




ICQ 


Brevard 












c u 








Brovrard 


100 


100 


125 




225 


500 


475 




47R 


Charlotte 


20 


20 
















Collier 


25 












PR 
c o 






Dade 


25 








50 










Gilchrist 














i no 




SO 


Hardee 


185 


150 


350 




150 


J. 1 o 


l on 




?oo 


Hernando 


20 


















Highlands 


25 












PR 






Hill s borough 


50 




100 




100 


4-? r ) 






ROO 


Indian River 


25 










25 

Cj kJ 




* 




Lake 












80 


100 




50 


Lee 


280 


500 


500 




400 


500 


375 




525 


Manatee 


215 


150 


- 350 




250 


■ 375 


150 




375 


Mar i on 


190 


300 


300 




100 


250 


125 




190 


Martin . • 










75 




75 




275 


Orange 


20 


20 








125 


25 




50 " 


Palm Beach 


150 


200 


225 




375 


500 


700 




840 


St. Lucie 












150 


125 




125 


Sarasota . 






— 






25 








Seminole 


45 


25 


- 




- 


25 








Sumter 










25 


100 


150 




150 


Other Counties 




235 


200 




75 


75 


150 




120 


TOTAL 


1,450 


1,900 


2,350 


I, 


950 


3,500 


3,250 


3 


,900 


ALL EGGPLANT - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - 


sn 


.TE I 


STTWMA'RY 19 36- 


37 to 


1945 


-46 


Season Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Produc 


tion 


Unit Value 


Total 


Value 


1936-57 1,450 


283 


Bu. 


410, 


000 








0^0 


,000 


1937-38 1,800 


261 




470, 


000 




.76 




356 


,000 


1938-39 2,100- 


327 




686, 


000 




.75 




514 


,000 


1939-40 1,450 


200 




2 90, 


000 




1.30 




378 


,000 


1940-41 . 1,900 


218 




415, 


000 




1.28 




530 


,000 


1941-42 2,350 


237 




557, 


000 




1.15 




643 


,000 


1942-43 1,950 


278 




542,000 




2.39 


1 


,295 


,000 


1943-44 3,500. 


259 




a/908,000 




1.65 


1 


,501 


,000 


1944-45 3,250- 


271 




880, 


000 




2.06 


1 


,814 


,000 


1945-46 5,900 


345 




a/1,344,000 




1.63 


1 


,805 


,000 



a/ Includes some quantities not harvested end excluded in computing value - 
40,000 bushels in 1943-44 and 240,000 bushels in 1945-46 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
-36- 



ALL EGGPLANT - 


ACREAGE A 


ND PRODUCTION BY COM TIES 


AND AR^AS 


1945-46 


Counties 


: Acre 


age 


: Yield . 


Production 


and 




: For 




Dotal 


: Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted 


: Harvest 


: Bushels: (For 


Harvest) 


: (Harvested) 


Gainesville Area 












Aiacnua 


150 


125 


220 


27,500 


25,750 


\jx i cnn s o 


50 


50 


100 


5,000 


4,000 


Marion 


2 75 


190 


236 


44,750 


36,750 


Area Total 


475 


365 


212 


77,250 


66,500 


Central Florida Area 












Hernando 


25 


25 


100 


2,500 


2,500 


Killsboro-Plant City 


250 


250 


268 


67,000 


.. 64,000 


Lake 


50 


50 


394 


19,700 


15,000 


Orange 


. 50 


50 


100 


5,000 


5,000 


Sumter 


150 


150 


235 


42,750 


34,750 


Area. Total 


525 


525 


261 


136,950 


121,250 


' auchula Area 












Hardee 


200 


200 


194 


38,750 


23,750 


Manatee- Ruskin Area 












Hill sboro- Ruskin 


250 


250 


415 


103,750 


79,750 


Manatee 


450 


375 


428 


160,500 


107,000 


Area Total 


700 


625 


423 


264,250 


186,750 



Fort Myers Area 
Lee 



450 



325 



423 



137,550 



104,125 



Fort Pierce Area 
Indian River . 
Martin (East) 
St. Lucie 



Area Total 



275 
125 
"42F 



25 
275 
125 
425" 



350 
405 
282 



365 



8,750 
111,250 
35,250 
"155,250 



7,250 
106,250 
30,625 



144,125 



Everglades Area . 












Palm Beach (T'est) 


450 


375 


391 


146,500 


86,500 


Pompano Area 












Brov.rard 


550 


475 


385 


182,750 


168,750 


Pain Beach (East) 


475 


465 


362 


163,500 


162,250 


Area Total 


1,025 


940 


374 


351,250 


331,000 


Misc. Counties 


150 


120 


302 


36,250 


35,000 


State Total 


4,400 


3,900 


345 


1,344,000 


1,104,000 


EGGPLANT - COUNTY CARLOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL) BY MONTHS 


- SEASON - 


1945-46 


County Oct; 


Nov; Dec; Jan: 


Feb* Mar 


: Apr: May* 


June: July: 


Total's 1944-45 



Alachua 
Broward 
Collier 
Gilchrist 
Hardee 
Hendry 
Hernando 
Hillsborough 
Lee 

Manatee 
Marion 
Martin 
Palm Beach 
St. Lucie 
Seminole 



10 



10 
1 



TOTAL 



12 



10 11 









4 


4 


11 


1 


2 


12 


11 






25 


38 














5 












4 














JL 








1 


2 




3 
















11 






26 


59 




85 


106 




9 


9 






38 


27 






12 


19 




32 


28 








1 


1 


9 


7 


1 


1 


2 


1 




5 


4 




8 


17 


8 




33 


74 




2 








4 










1 




1 


3 


3 


32 


78 


95 " 


5 


251 


304 



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-57- 



. CARLO T SHIPJ5EH.33S OF SGOPL^IT -BY- RAIL OR BOA 171 



Season Sep;- .Oct: FoV; Djc; Jan ; I pet : Har ; Apr; Eay ; June July; Aug; Total . 



1928-29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


14 


45 


88 


48 


5 


- 


201 


1929-50 


- 


21 


42 


2 


4 


- 2. 


.2 


11 


53 


.61 


9 


-. -■ 


207 


1920-51 


1 


40 


72 


7 


6 


1 


o 


4 


9 


40 


25 • 


1 


209 


1931-52 


- 


- 


13 


21 


25 


18 


28 


57 


61- 


41 


21 


- 


285 


19S2--55 


o 
c 


28 


50 


c 


1 


5 


51 


90 


75 


53 


10 


- 


543 


1933-34 




13 


6 


9 


18 


11 


8 


56 


102 


47 


3. . 




. 273 


1934-35 


- 


15 


9 


20 


- 


- .. i- 


2 


31 


55 


43 


16 


- 


191. 


1935-36 


- 


- 


. 4 .. 


n 

C 


o 


- 


2. 


59 


82 


79 


18 


- 


232 - . 


1936-37 


- 


14 


15 


18 


19 


5 


15 


28 


59 


69 


8 


- 


230 


1937-38 


- 


- 


' 9 


11 


4 


4 


3 


52 


119 


66 


IS 


- 


286 


1958-39 


- 


6 


26 


21 


29 


6 


39 


51 


64 


56 


6 


- 


304 


1939-40 


- 


1 


j * " 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


11 


1940-41 


- 




o 


3 


2 


- 


- 


2 


41 


16 


4 


- 


71 


194-1-42 




4 




. i 

JL 










q 


a 
o 


o 




O i 


1942-43 


- 






3 


o 


- -8 


■ 4 


17 


52 


82 


12 


- 


• 187 


19 43-44 


- 




1 


14 


5- 


. 2 


. 19 


37 


93 


66 


6 


- 


243 


1944-45 


- 


5 


20 


- 


10 


1 


8 


37 


91 


119 


15 


- 


304 


1945-46 


- 


5 


12 


10 


11 




5 


32 


78 


95 


5 


- 


251 






SEIP?1ENTS 


OF 


EGGFMT BY 


TRUCK XN 


CARLO T EQUIVALENTS 






1938-39 






. 95 


46 


57 


41 


G2 


85 


118 


98 


14 


-. 


SI 6 


1939-40 




18 


55 


46 


21 


7 


7 


22 


64 


54 . 




- 


294 


1940-41 




• 40 


75 


42 


'44 


39 


50 


41 


98 


151 • 


45 


- 


585 


1941-42 




51 


125 


90 


62 


35 


29 


59 


30 








479 


1942-43 












Not Ava 


liable 










1943-44 




6 


34 


35 


52 


38 


70 


-75 


99 


71 






480 


1944-45 




5 


21 


18 


31 


29 


74 


80 


67 


50 


20 


' 3 


378 


1945-46 




11 


29 


34 


59 


70 


122 


111 


137 


91 


15 ; 




679 



Note: Conversion Factors for 1933-59 to 1945-46 - 470 bushels 

ESCAROLE 



ESCAROLE - AC RES FOR HARVEST - 3Y C O Lil^TI ES -- SSAS01-T 1959-40 to 1945 - 46 

County '■ 1959-40 194-0-41 1941-42" 1942-45 1943-44 1944-45 1945'- 46 



Lake 














25 


J :anatee 


500 


250 


500 


450 


■ 600 


475 


300 


.Marion 








•50 


75 


50 


10 


Orange 


- 150 


150 


150 


150 


175 


225 


110 


pain Beach 


150 


300 : 


■ 300 


250 


1,000 


1,600 


1,450 


Sarasota 








50 




100 


35 


Seminole 


500 


250 


550 


500 


400 


350 


570 


Volusia 


40 














Other Counties 


10 


50 


100 




100 






TOTAL 


1,550 


1,000 


1,200 


1,450 


2,550 


2,300 


2,500 



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' ' Orlando 
-58- 



ESCAROLE - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUTJIIARY 1933-37 to 1945-46 



O'^cib on 


Acreage 

C'UU 


11 . X U. 


Uhit Production 


Uni 


T TT S 

t Value 


Total Value 


j. j o o— o i 


L iOO 


x 2 cU.iipr. 40o,000 


,• 

■ir 


. 75 


v 306,000 


X JO 1 — oo 


J. , uuu 


'±00 


4oo ,000 




.45 


204,000 




l rinn 
X , uuu 




440 , 000 




. 60 


264,000 




1 ,ODU 


4UU 


540,000 




.56 


302,000 


j.y±u— tx 


T nnn 

X , UUU 


O (O 


II r * r7 r\r\r\ 

f ,uou 




.98 


366,000 


1 Q Al _ 4.? 
X J ft 1— -±c 


X , cU\J 


aha 

'iUU 


11 ^ qa r\r\r\ 
*toU , (JUU 




.70 


336,000 


1 QA? A 1 ^ 


X y 'iOKJ 


oou 






O O IT 

2.25 


1 ,143,000 


1943-44 


2,350 


.1 c 


1 1 --1 / C\ C"l P AAA 




1.15 


645,000 


1944-45 


2 , 300 


310 






2.15 


1,385,000 


1945-46 


2,500 


374 


" a/935,000 




1.20 


875,000 


a/ Includes some ouan 


tities 


not harvested and excluded 


in 


computing value - 


438,000 hampers in 


1943- 


44, 224,000 hampers in 1944- 


•45 


and 206, 


000 hampers in 



1945-46 



ESCAJiOLS - ACREAGE AFD PRODUCM" 3Y COUNTIES AND AREAS 1946 



Counties 


: Acreage : Yield : 




Production 




and 


: : For : liV : 


Tota 


1 


: Of 


Value 


Areas 


: planted : Harvest ?Rusheis: 


(For Harvest) 


: (Harvested) 


Central Florida Area 










Lake 


35 25 390 


9 


,750 




7,750 


Orange 


175 110 568 


62 


,500 




53,750 


Seminole 


600 570 467 


266,000 




224,000 


Area Total 


810 705 480 


338 


,250 




285,500 


Manatee A re- a 












Fanati-e 


350 300 333 


100 


,000 




83,500 


Sarasota 


40 35 250 


8 


,750 




7,000 


Area Total 


390 335 325 


108 


,750 




90,500 


Everglades Area 












Palm Reach 


1,650 1,450 333 


483,500 




348 ,500 


F'arion 


50 10 450 


4 


,500 




4,500 


State Total 


2,900 2,500 374 


935 


,000 




729,000 


ES CAROLE - COUNTY CARLO T SJIIPHEETS (RAIL) BY HOT 


THS - SS 


AS ON 


1945-45 




County- 


liov: Dec* Jan: Feb; J : sr: Apr: 


?lay : 


June : 


Total : 


1944-45: 


Glades 










22 


Manatee 


39 83 32 23 4 






181 


329 


Orange 


16 5 39 15 32 1 


1 




109 


101 


Palm Eeach 


3 49 68 118 146 161 


55 




600 


494 


Sarasota 


12 2 






14 


13 


Seminole 


76 117 95 35 22 33 


32 


3 


413 


388 


TOTAL 


134 2 66 236 191 204 195 


88 


3 


1317 


1347 


CA 


RL0T SHIPID3MTS OF ESCAROLE BY RAIL 


OK BOAT 








Season 


Nov-, Dec; Jan : Feb- liar; 


Apr: 


I lay : 


June : 


Total : 


1938-39 


* * 163 195 79 


51 


21 




509* 


1939-40 


62 165 204 161 135 


105 


50 




882 


1940-41 


64 125 92 34 98 


120 


39 




572 


1941-42 


33 157 161 157 197 


88 


23 




816 


1942-43 


59 233 199 111 161 


188 


51 




1002 


1943-44 


43 245 321 206 193 


108 


4 




1120 


1944-45 


113 229 203 249 238 


231 


72 


12 


1347 . 


1945-46 


134 266 236 191 204 


195 


88 


3 


1317 



* November and December Unavailable- 



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Orlando 
-39- 



SEIKO* TS OF . ESCAROLE BY .TRUCK IN CARLO T EQUIVALENTS 



S e a s on 


E.OV; 


Dec : 


Jan : 


* eb: 




Apr : 


fry . 


June : 


Total : 


1QIQ a r\ 


3 


34 


52 


84 


72 


10 


2 


— 


257 




1 A 

14 


49 


44 


24 


40 


22 


10 


— 


203 


1 QJ.1 .10 





c 9 


36 


26 


14 


4 


1 


— 


116 


x y *±£ to 








Hot Avs 


liable 










1943~44 


1 


1 


3 


X 




1 






7 


1944-45 




3 


11 


6 


5 








25 


1945-46 • 




5 


8 


• 4 


3 








20 


Note; Conversion 


Factor 


s for 


1939-40 


to 1945- 


46 - 450 Packag 










LETTUCE - "TEN TER - BOSTON 



" IK TEH. BOSTON LETTUCE - 


ACHES FOE EARV 


est - 


FY COLE 1 TIES 


- 1940-19 


46 


County 


1940 


1941 


1942 


1943 


1944 


194-5 


1946 


Alachua 


100 


50 


75 


50 








Manatee 


250 


125 


200 


300 


275 


150 


50 


Marion 


100 


100 


"75. 


50 


350 


150 


200 


Orange 


'20 


50 










50 


Pain Beach 


80 


50 


50 


200 


250 


25 


100 


Seminole 


350 


125 


100 


150 


200 


75 


150 


Other Counties 








50 


25 






TOTAL 


900 


500 


500 


800 


1,100 


400 


550 


"EE TEE T OS TOE 


LETTUCE - 


AC EE. 


LGS, EEODUC TICK 


A1ED VALUE - STATE 


SUMMARY 


- 1939-46 



Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1939 


750 


180 


Crate 


"135,000 


§ 1.45 


196,000 


1940 


900 


■180 


n 


162,000 


1.10 


178,000 


1941. 


500" 


150 


» 


75,000 


2.00 


150,000 


1942 


500 


100 


n 


50,000 


2.60 


130,000 


1943 


800 


175 


n 


140,000 


3.05 


427,000 


1944 


1,100 


■150 


11 


a/165,000 


2.15 


228,000 


1945 


400 


200 


11 


80,000 


2.70 


216,000 


1946 


550 


258 


« 


a/142,000 


3.00" 


375,000 


a/. I 


ncludes some 


quantities 


not harves 


ted and excluded in. computing 


value - 



59,000 Crates in 1944 and 17,000 Crates in 1946 



LETTUCE-EIETEH BOSTON AND RMINE- ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION "BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 1946 



Counties 


: Acreage 




: Yield : 


ProSu 


c ti on 


and 




v or 




Total 


: Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted : La 


rvest 


: Crates : 


(For Harvest) 


: (Harvested) 


Manatee 


50 


50 


300 


15,000 


12,500 


Ilarion 


200 


200 


238 


47,500 


41,500 


Orange 


50 


50 


200 


10,000 


10,000 


Palm Beach 


100 


100 


112 


11,250 


8,250 


Seminole 


150 


150 


388 


58,250 


52,750 


State Total 


550 


5 50 


258 


142,000 


125,000 



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. -40- 



WBTtfpR ICEB] 


3HG LE: 


LETTUCE 
PTUC.E - ACRES 


- WHITER - 
FOR KARVE 


ICEBERG 
3T - EY COUT, 


TIES - 


1940-1946 




County 


1940 


1941 


1942 


19 43 


1944 


1945 


1946 


Dado 


75 


150 


200 


50 


50 


- 


25 


DeSoto 


25 


75 


100 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Glades 


- 


'- 


400 


175 


400 


300 


320 


Hendry 


- 


150 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Highlands 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Hillsborough 


- 


- 




250 


150 


175 


200 


Lake 


- 


25 


-• 


- 


-■ 


- 


20 


Manatee 


300 


400 


1,200 


300 


200 


25 


75 


Orange 


30 


50 


- 


- 


£5 


- 


50 


Palm Beach 


150 


400 


250 


125 


300 


325 


150 


Sarasota 


-■ ■ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


Seminole 


150 


50 




100 


50 


25 


50 


Sumter 




25 










10 


Other Counties 


70 


.50 


250 


200 


75 




20 


■ TOTAL' 


800 


1,400 


2,400 


1,200 


,250 


850 


950 



ULSTER ICEBERG LETTUCE - ACREAGE, 'PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SWIMARY - 1939-46 



Year Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1919" 200 


180 




Crate 


3 6,000 


$ 1.70 


f 61,000 


1940 ' " 800 


■ 180 




tt - 


144,000 


2.30 


331,000 


1941 1,400 


75 




it 


105,000 


1.75 


184,000 


1942 ' 2,400 


50 




it ■ 


120,000 


2.25 


270,000 


1943 1,200 


150 






180,000 


3.75 


675,000 


1944 . 1,250 


150 




ti 


a/188,000 


2.85 


314,000 


1945 850 


150 




it 


a/128,000 


3.40 


354,000 


1946 950 


167 




it 


a/159,000 


3.40 


510,000 


a/ Includes some quantitie 


s not 


harvested and excluded in computing 


value - 


78,000 Crates in 


1944, 


24,000 Crates 


in 1945 and 


9,000 Crates in 


1946 


OTTER ICEBERG LETTUCE - ACREAGE AN 


PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AFD 


AREAS 1946 


Counties 




Acre 


age 


: Yield •• 


Production 


• - an d ■ 






For 




Total 


Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted 


:. .Harvest 


; Crates : 


(For Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


Central Flofida Area 














Lake 




25 


20 


200 


4,000 


4,000 


Orange 




100 


50 


145 


7,250 


6,000 


Seminole 




50 


50 


264 


13,200 


13,200 


Sumter 




10 


10 


300 


3,000 


3,000 


Area Total 




185 


130 


211 


27,450 


26,200 


Man ate e-Ru skin Area 














Hillsborough 




250 


200 


164 


32,800 


32,300 


Manatee 




100 


75 


9 ft "? • • 


19 , 700 


17,200 


Sarasota 




50 


30 


115 


3 , 450 


3,200 


Area Total 




400 


305~ 


183 


55,950 


52 , 700 


Everglades Area 














Glades 




420 


320 


.165 - 


52,800 


52,800 


palm Beach (" "est) 




150 


150 


103 


15,500 


11,000 


Area Total 




570 


470 


145 


68,300 


63,800 


Dade 




25 


25 


160 


4,000 


4,000 


Misc. Counties 




20 


20 


165 


3,300 


3,300 


State Total 


1 


,200 


950 


167 


159,000 


150,000 



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LETTUCE - 


SPRING - 


ICEBERG 








SPHDT-&. '.Iceberg 


LETTUCE - ACRES 


FOR 


HARV 


KS? - 


EY COUi TIES - 


1940-1946 


- 


County 


1940 




1941 


1942 




1943 


1944 


1945 




1946 


Alachua 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 






40 


Glades 


- 




- 


150 




200 


- 


- 




- 


Hendry 


- 




100 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 


Hillsborough 


- 




- 






— 


- 


— 




40 


Manatee 


200 




100 


100 




75 


- 


_ 




40 


Marion 


- 




150 


100 




75 


25 


50 




20 


Orange 












— 


- 


25 




80 


palm Beach 


50 




1 50 


loO 












100 


Putnam 














50 


50 




o c 

CD • 


Seminole 


50 




50 


50 




75 




- 






Other Counties 






50 


oU 




rj rr 

ID 


25 


25 




5 


TOTAL 


300 




600 


600 




500 


100 


150 




350 


SPREJG ICEBERG LETTUCE - 


ACREAGBj p 


RODUC 


TIOF 


A' T D \ 


' XUS - STATE 


Sb7!KARY - 


195.9-46 


Year Acreage 


Yi el d 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Tots 


1 V 


alue 


1939 50" 




180 


Cr'ate 




9 


,000 


| 1.30 


n 


12 


,000 


1940- 300 




180 


ii 




54 


,000 


2.30 


124 


,000 


1941 600 




75 


it 




45 


,000 


2.00 




90 


,000 


1942 600 




75 


i» 




45,000 


1 .90 




86 


,000 


1943- 500 




100 


»i 




50 


,000 


4.75 




238 


,000 


1944- 100 




50 


ii 




5 


,000 


4.00 




20 


,000 


1945 150 




100 


ii 




15,000 


4.30 




64 


,000 


1946 350 




157 


it 




a/55,000 


4.25 




187,000 


a/ Includes some 


quantities not harvested 


and 


excluded in computing value 







11,000 Crates in 1943 



SPEI1TG ICEBERG 


LETTUCE - 


ACREAGE AI D 


PEODUCTIOf BY 


COW TIES 


AITD AREAS 1946 


C can ties 


: Acreage : 


Yield : 




Production 


and 




For : 






potal 


: . . Of Value 


Areas 


: planted 


: Harvest : 


Crates : 


(For 


Harvest) 


.: (Harvested) 


Gainesville ,'u'ea 














^lachua 


40 


40 


300 




12,000 


6,000 


E'arion 


50 


20 


155 




3,100 


1,100 


putnam 


25 


25 


143 




. 3,700 


3,700 


Area Total 


115 


85 


221 




18,800 


10,800 


Manatee-Ruskin ^rea 














Hillsborough 


50 


40 


150 




6,000 


6,000 


Manatee 


50 


40 


150 




6,000 


6,000 


Area Total 


100 


80 


150 




12,000 


12,000 


Orange 


130 


80 


109 




8,700 


5 , 700 


palm Beach 


100 


100 


150 




15,000 


15,000 


Tfrsc. Counties 


5 


5 


100 




500 


500 


State Total 


450 


350 


"157 




55,000 


44,000 



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Orlando 



' T T T PTTTTPh 1 "KVi 


ROMAINE- AC REAG3 FOR 


HARVEST-BY COUNTIES-SEASON 1939-40 to 1945-46 


\j <J l. Ax \j y 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


194 


2-43 


1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 ' 


l\ ~] o r> l-i i t q 
AX tJ-OHUd. 


100 


50 


75 




50 


- 


40 


Dade 


75 


150 


200 




50 


50 


25 


UGbOt 


25 


75 


100 




- 


- 


- 


lr± d-CieS 


- 


- 


550 




375 


400 


300 320 




- 


250 


- 




- 


- 




Il-Lg.il JLd.liU.5 


— 


25 






- 


- 


- 


Til 1 1 ^ }" n v* rti i c* Vi 


- 


- 


- 




250 


150 


175 240 


T cVn 


- 


25 


- 




- 


- 


- 20 


Ti 'T o v i Q"l"rjr 
I (i eu idltt 


750 


625 


1,500 




675 


475 


175 165 


ivies, i . on 


100 


250 


175 




125 


575 


200 220 




50 


100 


- 




- 


25 


25 180 


1 aim .^eaCil 


■280 


600 


450 




325 


550 


350 . 350 


t!iiTViri yn 
j U UXidJil 


- 


- 


- 






50 


50 25 


O O "V» fh s~\ "{— r a 

otiraS OT/d. 














; - 30 


Rfitni nnl p 


550 


225 


150 




325 


250 


100 ■ 200 


Sumter 




25 










10 


Other Counties 


70 


100 


300 




325 


125 


25 25 


TO ? ft T 


2,000 


2 , 500 


3,500 ■ 


2 


,b00 


, 2,450 


1,400 1,850 


ALL L. 1 IuUJIj A.'L i 


10KADTE ACREAGE, PR0DC 


CTI0I-! AND 


VALUE- S TATE SUMMARY 


1936-37tol945-4-b 


Season Acreage 


Yield 


Uni t 


Production 




Unit Value 


Total Value 


lb 0- Of oUU 


185 


Crate 


148,000 




% 1.15 


b "170"; 000 


1 n?7 r- Q nnn 
iJ-j l — oo aU\j 


185 


ii 


1 66, 


000 




.90 


149,000 


li/oo-oy i j uuu 


180 


ti 


180,000 




1.49 


269,000 




180 


ii 


360, 


000 




1.75 


633,000 


iy4-u-4i c ,ou(j 


90 


ti 


225, 


000 




1.88 


424,000 


j.y'ii-u-c 0,0 uu 


61 


it 


215, 


000 




2.26 


486,000 


13'j£-^0 £, , DUU 


148 


it 


370,000 




3.62 


1,340,000 




146 


it 


a/358,000 




2.54 


562,000 


i y 44fc- 4-0 1 , 4UU 


159 


ti 


a/223, 


000 




3,19 


634,000 


1945-46 1,850 


192 


tt 


a/356,000 




3.19 


i,o a ,ooo 


a/ Includes some 


i quantities 


not harvested and 


excluded 


in computin 


g value - . 


T 37 000 frfi-i-f 


;s in 1943-44- 24,000 


err. be s in 


1944-45 


and 37,000 


crates in 1945-46 


ALL LETTUCE AHD 


R0 T '!AlNj>ACR" 


;AO. . AUD 


PR0DUC TI0N 


BY 


C0UI! 


TIES AND ARE 


AS - 1945-46 


Counties 


: Acreage 


: Yield : 




Production 



ana 



For 



Areas 


: p lan ted • 


Harvest 


•Crates : 


(For harvest) 


(Harves ted) 


Gainesville Area 












Alachua 


40 


40 


300 


12,000 


6,000 


Tar ion 


250 


220 


230 


50,600 


42 , 600 


Putnam 


25 


25 


148 


3,700 


3 , 700 


Area Total 


315 


285 


? 7 £ 


66,300 


52,300 


Central Florida Area 












Lake 


25 


20 


200 


4,000 


4,000 


Orange 


280 


180 


144 


25,950 


21,700 


Seminole 


200 


200 


357 


71,450 


65,950 


Sulfite r 


10 


10 


300 


3,000 


3,000 


Area Total - 


51b 


410 


255 


104,400 


94,650 



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-43- 



CON TIM ED FROM PAGE 43 



ALL LETTUCE A 


YD m r AT'h - 


ACREAGE 


AMD PRODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES AMD AREAS 


1945-46 


p nun "M p ^ 






Acreage 




lie la 




Production 




and. 








For ■ 






Total . 0i° Value 


Areas 




Planted : Harvest 


o *■ ^ 4- c 


: \x or 


riarvest) : (Harvested) 


1 Ian a t e e - Ku s ki n 


A rra 

ill C* 
















Hillsborough 






300 


?40 


Lbc 




m con 


■3 Q "ZOO 

3, OuU 


'an 9- t e o 








loo 


o a n 




40, /OU 


35 , 700 


0^>X Q W OCA 






SO 


ou 


1 J.O 








Area Total 






BtO 

kJ <J \s 








OC j oO\j 


77 9 nn 


Everglades Are 


















. > x vj. ^ o 






420 


320 


1 AR 
X oo 




R? ROD 


r? Rnn 


Palm Beach 






350 ' 


350 


1 1 Q 
lie? 




41 7Rn 

"±1 , ( U\J 


v Rn 


Area Total 






770 ' 


670 


141 




OA CKn 


07 OKA 


Dade County 






25 


25 


. 160 






(i o,nn 


Hi sc. Counties 




25 


25 


152 




Rnn 


Ron 


State Total 




2, 


2.00 


1,850 


192 




^ £ onn 


7i o onn 
Ois , uuu 


LETTUCE AMD R 


ovAim - 


. COTJMTY CARLO 


T^SniPH". WTS . ( RAIL ) BY 


MOrl iilb - oLAo'JPJ 




C ounty 


j'ov: ■ - 


Dec : 


.Jan : 


Feb: 


Mar : 


Apr: 


.• lay : i oxai : 


1 3 'i^— -±U J 


Alachua 








3 


c 

o 


6 


14 


Q 


Hendry 




10 


14 


•5 


1 






Oft 


Hi lis borough 




11 


5 


- 3 


n 

c 




91 


1 Q 

1 3 


Lake 










1 
1 




1 




Manatee 




y 


15 


6 


i 


2 


33 


48 


Marion 










■7 

o 


1 


4 


7 


Orange, 




i 


2 








3 




Palm Beach 




C 


2 


10 


lo 


3 


30 


c 
O 


Sarasota 




A 










4 




Seninole 


12 


"1 O 
1U 


2 


1 






1 26 




TOTAL 


12 


' A 7 


40 


28 


£ O 


12 


1 166 


1 R? 


CARLOT si: I PI 


1EFTS 


OF LETTUCE ATD 


R0MAIFS, 


BY RAIL OR BOAT 




Season 


Fov« 


Dec: 


Jan : 


Feb; 


Mar; 


Apr: 


May; June: 


1 O La 1 




61 


378 


. 363 


146 


169 






Hlf 


1929-30 - 


- -68 


4-89 


145 


.56 


98 ~ 


4. 




r An 


1930-31 


52 


244 


189 


205 ■ 


221 


29 






1931-32 


147 


123. 


.89 - 


69 • 


12 






AAC) 


1952-33 


43 


84 


113 


120 


86 


17 


2 -. . 


4fiR 


1933-34 


39 


132 


120 


54 


68 


7 






1934-35 - 


55 


50 


72 


82 


53 


4 




31 6 


1935-36 • ' 


38 


125 


59 


35 


63 


4 




324 


1936-37 " 


13 


96 


116 


53 


42 


1 ■ 




321 

1 


1937-38 


42 


83 


82 


66 


84 


3 






1938-39 


22 


56 


79 


51 


12 


3 




233 


193S-40 


46 - 


98 


97 


70 


38 


18 




367 


1940-41 


8 


oo 


52 


48 


39 


18 


2 5 


235 


1941-42 


2 


16 


31. 


66 


22 


9 


1 


147 


1942-43 


12 


52 


-51 


19 


47 ' 


16 


■ 1 - 


198. 


1943-44 


11 


34 


50 


82 


29- 


1 




207 


1944-45 




15 


53 


70 


9 


5 




152 


1945-46 


12 


47 


40 


28 


26 




1 


166 



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SHIPMENTS Or LEJWCB ATP' IW-liD FY TRUQX I! T CAJ&O? EQUIVALENTS 



Sep son I 


'OV; 


Dec : 


Jan ; 


Feb : . 


Ma*rj • 


Ap-r : 


I ay 


1938-39 


- 


5 


17 


32 


42 


8 


_ 


1939-40 


2 


:• 14.. . 


31 


23 


82 


51 


1 


1940-41 


. .2. 


22 


* 34 " 


29 


--.•67 


72 


c 




1941-42 


1 


17 


25 


44 ' 


..44.. 


17 


1 


1942-43 








Not 


Available 






Lzl^O — ft. 




■• 3 


15 


21 


11 


4 




1944-45 




' 1 


21 


15 


9 


'.5' 




1945-46 


1 


23 


30 


20 


16 


3 




Note: Conversion 


Factors for 


1938-39 


to 1 


945-46 - 


550 Pac 


kagi 



June : 



Total 



104 

204 
233 
149 

54 
51 

93 



GREEN PEAS 

GREEN PEAS - AC RES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES - 1940 - 1946 



County 1940 




1941 




194o 1943 


1944 


1945 


19^6 


Alachua 




200 




500 100 


100 




laO 


Flagler 








— c 






DO 


Highlands 














100 


Hillsborough 










100 


200 


•7 O C 

325 


Manatee 












150 


oO 


Mari on 








oOO 


100 


100 


75 


Orange 










50 


50 


50 


Palm Beach 4,800 




2,500 


O 

c 


,800 1,200 


2,000 


1,800 


350 


Polk - 














50 


St. Lucie 50 
















Seminole 










100 


100 


1UU 


Other Counties 150 




300 




200 175 


50 






TOTAL 5,000 




3,000 


17 


,500 1,500 


2,500 


2,600 


1,600 


3PvE-:i; peas - acr.ag-e, 


PRODUC 


TIOF 


AND VALUE - STAT! 


SUMTiARY 


1936-37 to 


1945-46 


Season Acreage Yield 


Urit 


Production 


Unit Value Tote 


1 Value 


1936-37 6,200 


50 


T* 

E 




'"310,000" 


% 1.35 


\; 


418,000 


1937-38 ' 6,200 


90 




11 


558,000 


1.15 




642,000 


1938-39 5,000 


70 




11 


350,000 


1.85 




645,000 


1939-40 5,000 


90 




II 


a/450,000 


1.30 




488,000 


1940-41 3,000 


70 




11 


210,000 


1.95 




410,000 


1941-42 3,500 


70 




It 


245,000 


1.55 




380,000 


1942-45 1,500 


65 




II 


98,000 


2.60 




255,000 


1943-44 2,500 


60 




11 


150,000 


3.00 




450,000 


1944-45' 2,600 


75 




IT 


a/195,000 


.2.70 




284,000 


1945-46 1,300 


74 




11 


a/ll 8, 000 


3.00 




339,000 


a/ Includes some quan 


tities not 


harv 


ested and excluded in comnuting value 




75,000 bushesl in 


193S 


-40, 90,000 


bushels in 1944- 


45 and 5, 


000 bushels 


in 



1945-46 



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STUTTER GREEN PEAS 


- ACR-5A.GE AFD PRODUCTICF BY 


COUNT! 


ES A? T D AREAS 1946 


do'Tnti^s * 

\J V *~\A- i- V «i- \_- O 


Acreage : 


Yield : 






Production 




Sold ; 




: For. : 






Total ; 




Of Value' 




Pi an "hf>ri 

X X Ull VX 


: Harvest ',: Bushels : 


- \r C 


r ■ 


Harvest) 


: \n 


arves ted) 


UUl —ICO VI XX ^ - '- • 


















Alachua 


9 AA 


X. UU 


7R 
f O 






X X , C U\J 




11 PRO 

XX , C u\j 


Marion 


1 JU 


7 C 1 
/ o 


7A 
i U 






r ? ro 






.fiX Ct IU bell 


7 An 
ouu 


" ooc. 
ecu 


1 






i Ron 




1 o ,.oUU 


U^i-wl X j. i. UI lUC. /ix ^ 


















d*Vi 1 ^ *"t r\ 

iXX e^IiX wiiuo « 


iUU 


1 00 


50 






5 ,000 




C AAA 
O ,UUU 


IT q}* nrnnch 


^ra 

O UU 


OCO 


OO 






2 7 750 




£ / , roU 




ou 


RA 


4 






*3 7R A 




O , ( ou 


Polk 


oU 


50 


50 






? RAO 




? RAO 


Seminole 




100 


85 






8,500 




O C AA 

o ,oUU 


AX tyC. |U OC2.X 


650 


625 . 


76 






47,500 




/i 7 con 
4 f , oUu 


TTl p cr T f> y* 


1 00 


50 


80 






4,000 




o , ouu 


Manatee 


50 


• 50 


50 






2 ,500 




2 500 


Palm Beach ("fest) 


1,300 


- 650 


73 






47,500 




43,000 


State Total 


2,400 


. 1 , 600 


74 






118,000 




000 

Xiu j UuU 


GR^EH PEAS - COUNTY 


CAPXOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL) BY MONTHS 


- SEASON 


- 1945 




C ounty Dec : 


Jan : 


X C U ; j.\CLX , 


Apr 




May: Total; 




PI agl e r 






2 








fit 




PilT s bo rough 












2 


2 




Palra Beach 3 


51 


3 


1 








58 


84 


TOTAL 3 


51 


3 


3 






2 


62 1 


84 


CAPXOT SHIPMENTS 


OF GREET P: 


:AS BY RAIL OR 


BOAT 






Season Hov : 


Dec : 


Jan : Feb : 


■Jar : 


Apr • 


May : 


Juno : 


1 V telj. ; 


1928-29 1 


6 


11 18 


1 










^7 


192S-30 . . 




3 3 












" P, 


1930-31 


1 


5 56 


' 49 


19 






X ou 


1931-32 4 


19 


58 56 


6 




2 




1 


1 4fi 


1932-3? \ . 1 .- 


16 • 


-119 144- 


51 










(Jul 


1933-34- .. .« 


. . -99 


285 262 


93 




6 




1 


74-5 


1934-35 1 


23 


66 266 


126 




4 








1935-3-6 6 


25 


298 '363 


35 










7? 7 


1936-37 7 


152 


185 23 


35 


12 




i 


4.1 A 


1937-38 1 


34 


356 ' 172 


102 




1 






DDO 


1938-39 18 


49 


106 ' 7 


7 . 










1 R7 


1939-40 1 


55 


179 1 


9 


25 






9 7A 
C 1 u 


1940-41 4 


53 


8 ' 1 


10 




5 






O 1 


1941-42 


60 


60 57 


6 




7 






l on 

1 3 U 


1942-43 


18 


72 21 


2 




2 






1 1 5 

x 1 o 


1943-44 


19 


50 63 


21 










153 


1944-45 


1 


40 39 


3 






1 




84 


1945-46 


3 


51 . 3 






3 


2 






SEIPMI3STS OF GREEK 


PEAS BY TRUCE IF CAPXOT 


EQUIVALENTS 




Season Nov 


Dec : 


Jan : 


Fel3: 


Mar : 




Apr: 


May: 


X u uci x ; 


1933-39 4 


63 


145 


37 


39 




6 


1 


w w O 


1939-40 10 


72 


99 


2 


40 




42 


3 


2 68 


1940-41 16 


63 


36 


27 


38 




40 


2 


cc c 


1941-42 2 


37 


55 


57 


44 




26 


1 




1942-43 




Hot Available 












1943-44 1 


12 


14 


17 


27 




6 




77 


1944-45 


5 


15 


17 


12 




3 


1 


53 


1945-46 3 


^5 


18 


. 9 


10 




7 




52 


Note: Conversion Factors for 1938-39 to 1945-46 - 


580 Bushels 










-46- 













GREET; PEPPERS - FALL 





GREEN 


PEPPERS - 


ACRES 


FOR HARVEST - BY C0UI T 


•TIES - 1959- 


1945 




County 


1 


939 




1940 


1941 


1342 


1943 


1944 


1945 


Broward 




_ 




- 




m 


_ 


100 


100 


Collier-' 




- . 




- 


_ 




25 


_ 




DeSoto 




- 




100 


50 


50 


25 


25 


_ 


Hardee 




32-5 




450 


500 


300 


300 


175 


250 


Hendry 




- 




- 




_ 


25 




_ 


Hernando 




25 




- 


- 




- 


- 




Hillsborough 




25 




- 


- 


_ 


75 


50 


75 


Indian River 




- 




100 


- 


- 


40 


- 


m 


Lee 




600 




400 


400 


300 


400 


100 


200 


Manatee 




650 




300 


200 


200 


300 


50 


200 


Marion 




- 




100 


_ 


- 


- 


25 


25 


Martin 




50 




- 


50 


.50 


50 


- 


- 


Orange 




450 




450 


350 


400 


425 


75 


300 


Palm Beach 




200 




100. 


100 


100 .. 


150 


100 


50 


Polk 




o c 
CD 




- 












St. Lucie 




100 






_ 


_ 


/ O 


CD 


ou 


Sarasota 




50 




- 












Seminole 




25 




- 








25 


25 


Sumter 




_ 




- 










25 


Other Counties 


75 




100 


150 


100 


60 






TOTAL 


2, 


600 


9 

Ct 


,100 


1 , 800 


1,500 


1,950 


750 


1,280 


PALL GREE 


EJ P£PP 


ERS 


- ACR 


EAGE, ! 


"EROBUCTIO? 


" AMD VALUE - 


STATE SUMMARY - 


1936-45 


Year Acreage 


j 


"i eld 


Un 


it Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1936 2 


,000 




200 


Bu 




400,000 


% 1.05 




420,000 


1937 . 2 


,000 




160 






320,000 


1.35 




432,000 


1938 2 


,400 




185 


» 




444,000 


1.10 




488,000 


1939 2 


,600 




170 


" 




442,000 


1.35 




597,000 


1940 2 


,100 




275 






578,000 


1.35 




780,000 


1941 1 


,800 




280 


» 




504,000 


1.30 




655,000 


1942 1,500 




350 






525,000 


1 .80 




945,000 


1943 1 


,950 




175 






341,000 


2.55 




870,000 


1944 


750 




125 






94,000 


2.85 




2 68,000 


1945 1 


,280 




207 


if 


a/2 35,000 


2.25 




585,000 


a/ Includes 


some 


cuantitie 


s net ] 


larvested 


•and excluded 


in computing value - 



5,000 bushels in 1945 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
-47- 



FALL GRE 1" PEPPERS 


- ACREAGE AND 


PRODUC 


Tior by com 


TIES AMD AB 


EAS 1945 




Coup, "bios ■ 


Acreage 




Yield : 


Product! on 




and ■ - ; 


: ' For • 




Total 




: Of 


Value 


Areas ; 


Planted : Ear 


vest : 


Bushels: (F 


or Harvest) 




: (Harvested) 


Central Florida Area 
















Hillsboro- Plant City 


25 


25 


200 


5,000 






5,000 


Mari on 


25 


25 


200 


5,000 






5,000 


Orange 


300 


300 


167 


50,000 






50,000 


Seminole 


25 


25 


200 


5,000 






5,000 


Sumter 


25 


25 


240 


6,000 






6,000 


Area Total 


400 


400 


178 


71,000 






71,000 


TTauchula Area 
















Hardee 


280 


250 


170 


42,500 






42,500 


Manatee-Ruskin Area 
















Hillsborough 


50 


50 


70 


3,500 






3,500 


Manatee 


250 


200 


205 


41,000 






40,000 


Area Total 


300 


2 50 


178 


44,500 






43,500 


Fort Myers Area 
















Lee 


250 


200 


288 


57,500 






55,000 


Fort Pierce Area 
















St. Lucie 


50 


30 


167 


5,000 






5,000 


Pomp an o Area 
















Broward 


125 


100 


240 


24,000 






23,000 


Pain Beach (East) 


25 


25 


620 


15,500 






15,000 


Area Total 


150 


125 


31 6 


39,500 






38,000 


Everglades Area 
















Falm Beach - 


50 


25 


200 


5,000 






5,000 


State Total 


1,430 1 


,280 


207 


265,000 






260,000 




GREEN PEPPERS 


- WINTER 










"OTTER GREET PEPPERS 


- ACRES FOP, B 


arVest 


- BY COUKTI 


•S - 1940 - 


1946 




County 1940 


1941 


1942 


1943 


1944 




1945 


1946 


Broward 1,000 


2,300 


1,100" 


1,950 


2,200 


2 


,200 


1,825 


Dade 






- 


- 






25 


Lee 






- 


- 




275 


350 


Manatee 






- 






50 


100 


Martin 






- 


200 




100 


100 


Palm Beach 500 


500 


800 


850 


1,000 


1 


,050 


1,500 


St. Lucie 




100 




150 




100 


50 


Other Counties 


200 


200 


100 


50 




25 


50 


TOTAL 1,500 


3,000 


2,200 


2 ,900 


3,600 


3 


,800 


3,800 


Y.-ll'I TER GREEK PEPPERS 


- ACREAGE, : j r 


.ODUCTT 


ON AND VALUE 


- STATE SUMMARY - 


1937-46 


Year Acreage Yield Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 




Tot 


al Value 


19S7 3,000 


250 Bu. 




750,000 


$ 1.10 






825,000 


1938 3,000 


340 " 


1 


,020,000 


.80 






816,000 


1939 2,500 


400 " 


1 


,000,000 


1.40 




1 


,400,000 


194-0 1,500 


170 » 




255,000 


2.85 






727,000 


1941 3,000 


145 » 




435,000 


2.15 






935,000 


1942 2,200 


290 " 




638,000 


2.05 




1 


,308,000 


1943 2,900 


275 " 




798,000 


3.35 




2 


cfz rvAA 
, b / 6 , UUU 


1944 3,600 


375 " 


a/1,350,000 


2.00 




2 


,564,000 


1945 3,800 


335 » 


1,273,000 


2.40 




3 


,055,000 


1946 3,800 


357 " 


a/l, 357,000 


2.50 




2 


,770,000 


a/ Includes some Quantities not harvested 


and excluded 


in computing 


value 




68,000 bushels in 1944 and 249,000 bushels in 1946 










Florida Crop and 


Livest 


ock Reporting Service 









Orlando 



WINTER GRL'.v' PEPPERS - AC REAC-E AND PRODUCTION BY COUUTI MP AREAS - 1946 

Counties : Acreage ; Yield ; Production 

and : -t For : : Total j Of Value ' 

Areas ; Planted : Harvest iBushels; (Por Harvest) : (Harvested) 

Pomp an o Area 

Broward 2,275 1,825 280 511,000 418,000 

Dade , 25 25 300 7,500 7,500 

Palm Beac h (East) 1,500 ■ 1,050 476 500,000 420,000 

Area Tota l 3,600 ■ 2,900 ' 351 1,018, "500 845,500 



r orx rierce Area 




















i> let I OXL ^ .Ljc±o J 




100 


• 100 


300 




30,000 




30 


,000 


St. Lucie 




50 


50 


480 




24,000 




15 


,000 


Area Total 




150 


150 


360 




54,000 




45 


,000 


th c r ■', purl t i e s 




















Lo<? 




350 


350 


429 




150,000 




100 


,000 


Manatee 




ioo 


100 


320 




32,000 




30 


,000 


Palm Beach- Bvergl 


ades 


250 


250 


360 




90,000 




75 


,000 


Misc. Counties 




50 


50 


250 




12,500 




12 


,500 


State Total 




4,500 


3,800 


357 




1,357,000 




1,10&,000 






GREEN PEPPERS 


- SPRING 










SPRING GREEN 


PEPPERS 


- ACRES 


FOR HARVEST ~ 


BY COUNTIES - 1940 


- 1946 






C oun ty 


1940 


1941 


1942" 


1943 


1944 


1945 




1946 


Alachua 


<cOU 


200 


200' 




200 


300 


bUU 




400 


Bradford 


m 










50 


40 




OU 


Broward 










200 


300 


700 




650 


Clay 


o c 

, 25 


















?Iardee 


CIA 

, OU 












ou 




50 


Hillsborough 


600 


•800 


1,000 




800 


1,150 


1 , 800 


2 


,650 


Indian River 


.25 
















25 


Lake 














i UU 




150 


Lee 












100 








Manatee 


*7 C 


100 


150 




50 


100 






150 


Marion 


225 


150 


200 




200 


150 


1UU 




100 


Martin 










100 




35 




50 


Orange 


50 


















Palm Beach 


100 


' 100 


100 




250 


200 


350 




400 


Polk 


125 


150 


150 




100 


150 


200 




300 


Putnam 










25 










St. Johns 










50 










St. Lucie 


25 












50 




25 


Sarasota 


25 








100 


50 






50 


Seminole 


100 


100 


200 




100 


200 


200 




250 


Sumter 


400 


300 


300 




300 


450 


500 




650 


Volusia 


25 


















Other Counties 




200 


200 




225 


200 


25 




50 



TOTAL 2*,T00 27100 2,500" 2,700 3,400 ' 4,800 



Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
-49- 



.SPRIEG GREEN PEPPERS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 1957-46 



X v<-<-X 


A f* y* ics o n* 


V-i oli-? 


Unit 


Produc ti on 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1 Q ^7 

X *J O 1 


9 9 on 




7),. 


A A r\ r\r\r\ 
'±'±0,0UU 


l.oO 


Ijp 660,000 




5 Aon 


OOO 


tf 


o a a a a a 

840,000 


. 50 


420,000 


1 CO v.' 


9 AAA 


son 

ot-U 


H 


i 6o,000 


1 . 15 


88o,000 


1 Q4.D 


£ , 1 uu 


oou 


11 


c.d'z aaa 
oy 0,000 


1 . lb 


797,000 


X .-''±X 


9 T nn 


9 an 
i yu 


11 


£ ao aa a 

ouy , uou 


1 .35 


82i ,000 


1 O AO 
X 3 tC 


9 Rnn 


9 «n 

c OU 


It 


C£A APin 

oou,uuu 


T OA 
1 . 50 


T T ^a aaa 

1,1 /0,000 


1 Q4.7 


? 7nn 


99n 


It 


oy^,uuu 


o . oU 


1 , y ou,uuu 


1944 


3,400 


200 


tt 


680 000 

U'J V f www 


9 9 C > 


i r^o nnn 

x ,uou,uuu 


1945 


4,800 


275 


It 


1,320,000 


2.50 


3,300,000 


1946 


6,000 


238 


tl 


a/1,428,000 


2.45 


3,190,000 


a/ Includes s.ome 


quantities 


not harve 


sted and excluded 


in computing 


value - 



126,000 bushels in 1946 



SPRING GREEN PEPPERS - ACREAGE A! T D PRODUCTION BY C0CNHES AND AREAS - 1946 



Couti Lies 


Ac re a 


g G : 


Yield : 


Production 










IO ueLX 




z\I-w el 


X^Xc.il TvUQ. ; 


-ltir /est ; 


.iusriu x s j 


(For Harvest) 


(Harvested) 
















OVJVJ 


4 on 


9 fi9 


10b ,000 


AAA 
DO , UUU 


Bradford 


OL) 


OU 


O AA 
CUV 


10 ,000 


T KAA 






1 AO 


7AA 

oUU 


^n nnn 


%o onn 

Ouj vjcv 


A vriR T r\ ~i~ "1 




^sn 

tj w 


9 P.A 


i non 


1 0? soo 


Pr*"*-! TTfiT T>*1 nvi rip At*pp 












; .'.al I'.tU 




Rn 


t 9n 


p, nnn 


^ OOO 


MlloUUI x^J. iXli L L/ i. 


9 Ann 


9 Rsn 


90fi 


R9^ nnn 


ARO OOO 
IOU , UUU 




1 ^n 


i ^n 

J. DVJ 


9 7^ 
COO 


35 000 


35 000 


Polk ■ 


300 


300 


250 


75 000 

to* W W V/ 


70 000 


Re*mi nolo 


250 


250 


186 


46 500 


45 000 




700 


650 


289 


188 ,000 


180,000 


Area Total 


4,250 


,950 


222 


875,500 


815,000 


Man a tee- Rug kin Area 












Ei 1 1 s b or ough™ Ru s kin 


100 


100 


150 


15,000 


10,000 


Manatee 


150 


150 


200 


30,000 


15,000 


Sarasota 


'50 


50 


400 


20,000 


20,000 


Area Total 


300 


300 


217 


55,000 


45,000 


Everglades Area 












Palm Beach 


200 


100 


250 


25,000 


24,000 


Pomp an Area 












Broward 


650 


650 


257 


167,000 


165,000 


Palm Beach (East) 


300 


300 


383 


115,000 


115,000 


Area Total 


950 


950 


297 


282,000 


280,000 


Fort Pierce Area 












Indian River 


25 


25 


300 


7,500 


7,500 


Martin (East) 


. 50 


50 


250 


12,500 


12,500 


St. Lucie 


25 


25 


120 


3,000 


3,000 


Area Total 


100 


100 


230 


23,000 


23,000 


■Tit ? c. Counties 


50 


50 


250 


12,500 


12,500 


State Area 


6,500 


6,000 


238 


1,428,000 


1,302,000 



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Orlando 
-50- 



ALL PEPPERS - 


ACRES FOR 


HARVEST 


- BY com 


TIES - SEASON 1939 


-40 


to 1945-46 


County 
Alachua 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


250 


200 


200 


200 


500 




600 


400 


Bradford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 




40 


50 


Brov/ard 


1,000 


2,300 


1,100 


2,150 


2,500 


3 


,000 


2,575 


Clay 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


_ 


Collier 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 




_ 


_ 


Dade 


- 


- 




- 


_ 




_ 


25 


DeSoto 


- 


100 


50 


50 


25 




25 


_ 


Hardee 


375 


450 


500 


300 


300 




225 


300 


Hendry 


• - 


- 


- 


- 


25 




- 


- 


Hernando 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Hillsborough 


625 


800 


1,000 


800 


1,225 


1 


,850 


2,725 


Indian River 


25 


100 


- 


- 


40 




- 


25 


Lake 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




100 


150 


Lee 


600 


400 


400 


300 


500 




375 


550 


Manatee 


725 


400 


350 


250 


400 




150 


4-50 


1 [ari on 


225 


250 


200 


200 


150 




125 


125 


Martin 


50 


- 


5.0 


150 


250 




135 


150 


Orange 


' 500 


450 


350 


400 


425 




75 


300 


Palm Beach 


800 


700 


1,000 


1,100 


1,350 


1 


,500 


1,750 


polk 


150 


150 


150 


100 


150 




200 


300 


Putnam 


- 


- 


- 


25 


- 




- 


- 


■St. Johns 


- 


- 


- 


50 


- 




- 


- 


St. Lucie 


125 


- 


100 


- 


225 




175 


105 


Sarasota 


75 


- 


- 


100 


50 




- 


50 


Seminole 


125 


100 


200 


100 


200 




225 


275 


Sumter 


400 


. 300 


300 


300 


450 




500 


675 


Volusia 


25 
















Other Counties 


75 


500 


550 


525 


310 




50 


100 


TOTAL 


6,200 


7,200 


6,500 


7,100 


8,950 


9 


,350 


11,080 



ALL CRELI-T PEPPERS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTIOI AFD VALUE - STATE 5U?WARY 1956-37 to 1945-46 



Season 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Product! on 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1936-37 


77200 


~ 221 


BuV " 


1,590,000" 


$ 1.20 


IT 1,905,000 


1937-38 


7,400 


295 


ti 


2,180,000 


.77 


1,668,000 


1938-39 


7,300 


303 


:i 


2,212,000 


1.25 


2,771,000 


1939-40 


6,200 


224 


tt 


1,390,000 


1.53 


2,121,000 


1940-41 


7,200' 


225 


if 


1,522,000 


1.56 


2,537,000 


1941-42 


6,500 


276 


11 


1,792,000 


1.75 


3,133,000 


1942-43 


7,100 


270 


!l 


1,917,000 


2.91 


5,578,000 


1943-44 


8,950 


2 65 


tt 


a/2,371,000 


2.16 


4,964,000 


1944-45 


9,350 


287 


11 


2,687,000 


2.46 


6,623,000 


1945-46 


11,080 


275 


tt 


a/3,050,000 


2.45 


6,545,000 


a/ includes some quan 


ti ties 


not harve 


sted and excluded in computing 


value - 


63,000 


bushels in 


1945-4' 


t and 380, 


000 bushels in 


1945-46 





Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 

Orlando 
-51- 



AIL GIUST PhiFPmS - ACBgftS AFP PRODUCTION BY CODNHSS AFD APSAS - 194-5-46 



C oun tics ■ 


Acreage 


: Yield ; 


Pro due tioh 


and : 




: For 


: : 


Total : 


Of Value 


Areas : 


Planted 


: Harvest 


• Bushels : 


( For Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


Gainesville Area 








■ 




Alachua 


500 


400 


2 62 


105,000 


65,000 


Bradford 


50 


• 50 


200 


10,000 


7,500 


liar ion 


125 


125 


280 


35,000 


35,000 


Ar.ea Total 


575 


575 


2 61 


150,000 


107,500 


Central Florida Area 












rlillshoro-Plant City- 


2,825 


2,575 


206 


530,000 


485,000 


Lake 


150 


150 


233 


35,000 


35,000 


Orange . . 


300 


300. 


167 


50,000 


50,000 


Polk 


300 


3C0 


250 


75,000 


70,000 


Seminole 


275 


275 


187 


51,500 


50,000 


Suteter 


725 


675 


287 


194,000 


186,000 


Area Total 


4,575 


4,275 


219 


935,500 


876,000 


'Yauchula Area 












rlardee 


330 


300 


162 


48,500 


47,500 


• 'anatee-Puskin Area 












Hillsborough - Ruskin 


150 


150- 


123 


18,500 


13,500 


Manatee 


500 


450 


229 


103,000 


85,000 


Sarasota 


50 


50 


400 


20,000 


20,000 


Area Total 


700 


650 


218 


141,500 


118,500 


Fort ?:vers Area 












Lee 


600 


550 


377 


207,500 


155,000 


Fort Pierce Area 












Indian Piver 


25 


25 


300 


7,500 


7,500 


Martin - ie.st 


150 


150 


283 


42,500 


42,500 


St. Lucie 


125 


105 


305 


52,000 


23,000 


Area. .Total 


300 


280 


293 ■ 


82,000 


75,000 


Everglades Area 












Palm Beach - "est 


500 


375 


320 


120,000 


104,000 


Porrpano Area 












Broward 


3,050 


2,575 


273 


702,000 


606,000 


Dade 


25 


25 


300 


7,500 


7,500 


Palra Beach - East 


1,625 


1,375 


459 


630,500 


550,000 


Area Total 


4,700 


3,975 


357 


1,340,000 


1,165,500 


Mice, Counties 


100 


100 


250 


25,000 


25,000 


State. Total 


12,480 


11,080 


275 


3,050,000 


2,670,000 



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Orlando 
-52- 







- COT 1 ! 7 


TY ca: 


SLOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL) 


FY 


'OS THS 


- SEASON 


- 1945 


-46 


Coi hty 


0c t ; 


: FOV; 


Dec 


: Jan : 


POO; 


Mar : 


Apr 


: May . 


June : 


Total : " 


1944-45; 


Alachua 
















11 


62 


73 


77 


Broward 






11 


46 


1.04 


201 


70 


6 




438 


590 


Hardee 


1 


4 


3 














8 


6 


Eillsborou, 








6 






124 


421- 


' 36 


587 


464 


Lake 
















2 




2 




Lee 




7 


29 


40 


6 


4 








86 


71 


Manatee 




14 


12 


7 


2 










35 


5 


Marion 


















1 


1 


2 


Martin 












1 






1 


2 


1 


Orange 


3 


41 


9 


4 












57 


20 


Palm Beach 








4 


13 


56 


23 


3 




99 


128 


St. Lucie 






















4 


Sarasota 




















2 




Seminol e 
















65 


34 


99 


79 


Sumter 














1 


97 


26 


124 


156 


TOTAL 


4 


66 


64 


109 


125 


2 62 


218 


605 


160 


1 , 613 


1,623 




CARLO? SEIPME* 


T QTP | 


3 REEF 


PEPPERS 


BY : 


RAIL OR 


BOAT 






Sear on 


Oct: 


: N o v : 


Dec ; 


! Jan : 


FeF : 


Mar : 


Apr 


: Fay. 


June : 


July : 


Total: 


1928-29 




8 


26 


78 


225 


415 


412 


524 


184 


7 


1879 


1929-30 




28 


98 


77 . 


80 


242 


344 


473 


316 


12 


1670 


1930-31 


18 


204 


2 63 


260 


COC 


213 


CIO 


229 


376 


45 


2162 


1931-32 


6 


139 


513 


273 


368 


262 


301 


232 


108 


6 


2008 


1932-33 


2 


93 


119 


351 


389 


438 


515 


373 


102 


1 


2383 


1933-34 




39 


184 


180 


89 


162 


296 


464 


197 


1 


1612 


1934-35 


5 


113 


169 


33 


82 


193 


305 


383 


133 


21 


1437 


1935-36 




59 


56 


87 


21 


127 


510 


731 


386 


21 


1978 


1936-37 


11 


90 


172 


368 


279 


303 


268 


220 


146 


25 


1862 


1937-38 


5 


102 


159 


141 


207 


463 


548 


602 


209 


34 


2470 


1938-39 


6 


145 


132 


212 


188 


249 


311 


430 


172 


7 


1852 


1939-40 


6 


85 


106 


104 


29 


3 


33 


119 


237 


31 


753 


1940-41 ' 


9 


141 


92 


69 


37 


53 


37 


112 


245 


15 


810 


1941-42 


13 


■ 62 


128 


131 


60 


78 


40 


171 


179 


7 


869 


1942-43 


16 


218 


263 




i zi n 
l tu 




127 


189 


102 


10 


1351 




4 


.50 


107 


165 


267 


463 


292 


314 


134 


1 


1797 


1944-45 


1 v 4 


16 


49 


97 


174 


335 


239 


534 


168 


7 


1623 


1945-46 


4 


66 


64 


109 


125 


.262 


218 


605 


160 




1613 




SHIPMENTS 


0? G] 


SEEN PEPPERS 


BY TRUCK IF 


CARLOT 


EQUIVALENTS 




1938-39 




67 


91 


162 


167 


143 


197 


213 


' 80 


6 


1146 


1939-40 


3 


58 


102 


79 


32 


37 


77 


194 


349 




931 


1940-41 


4 


84 


134 


139 


143 


162 


141 


279 


311 


48 


1445 


1941-42 


10 


90 


179 


201 


169 


. 226 


211 


84 






1170 


.1942-43 










Not 


Available 










1943-44 


3 


29 


40 


79 


. 139 


146 


157 


202 


47 




842 


1944-45 


1 


15 


23 


79 


126 


178 


169 


183 


30 


5 


.809 


1945-45 


6 


41 


26 


120 


232 


2 62 


299 


414 


112 


12 


1524 



Note: Conversion Factors for 1930-39 to 1945-46 - 480 Packages 



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IRISH POTATOES' (COE^EECIAL) - 


. TFP " "" 




fisTNTBR 


POTATOES - ACRES 


FOR IE..", 


EST - EE COLE TIES - 1940 


- 1946 


County 




1940 


1 941 




1942 




1944 


1945 1946 


Brevard 




"Too" 


550 




"400 








Collier 














50 


50 


Dade 


6 


,000 


6,000 




4,800 


5,100 


6,000 6 


,350 6,500 


Hillsborough 
















200 300 


Indian River 




100 














Lee 




850 


850 




1,000 


1,500 


1,400 1,200 1,560 


Manatee 
















50 50 


Martin 




100 


- 




mm 


50 




50 250 


Orange 










- 






40 


Pain Beach 


2 


,000 


2,300 




2,300 


2,500 


3,000 3 


,800 5,000 


St. Lucie 




300 


300 




100 




50 


- 


Sarasota 




50 












100 100 


-Other C our. tie 


s 
















TOTAL 


9 


,500 


9,800 




8 , 500 


9,150 


10,500 11 


,800 15,600 


KI2T5EK IRIS 7 : PO 


TAT05 


:S - ACREAGE, 


PRODUCT 


ICE AMD VALUE - STATE SUM 


MARY - 1937-46 


Year " Acre 


age 




'ield Uni 


t Pr c due ti on 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 9, 


800 




145 3u. 


1 


,421,000 


ij 1 . 55 


§ 2,203,000 


1938 • 11, 


800 




145 • 


it 


1 


,711,000 


.70 


1,198,000 


1939 10, 


000 




145 


it 


I 


,450,000 


1.25 


1,812-, 000 


1940 9, 


500 




90 ; 


ii 




855,000 


1.30 


1,11 2., 000 


1941 9, 


800 




125 


it 


1 


,225,000 


.95 


1,164,000 


1942 8, 


600 




165 


ti 


1 


,419,000 


1.55 


2,199,000 


1943 9, 


150 




150- 


it 


1 


,372,000 


1 e 9 5 


2,675,000 


1944 10, 


500 




110 


ii 


1 


,155,000 


2.85 


3,292,000 


1945 11, 


800 




230- 


ii 




,•714,000 


2.50 


6,785,000 


1946 1?, 


600 




175 


ii 


2 


,330,000 


2.30 


5,474,000 


" TTT" T3R IS 


ISM 


POTATOES - ACRE 


IAG 


3 A? T D PRODUCTION BY 


COLT TIES AND 


AREAS 1946 


Counties 






: Acreage 


- Yield : 


Produc ti on 


and 










Eor 




Total 


Of Value 


Areas 






: Planted 




Earvest 


: Bushels: ( 


For Harvest) 


: (Harvested) 


Dade 






6,550 




6, 500 


238 


1,548,500 


1,548,500 


Hillsborough 




300 




•300 


100 


30,000 


30,000 


Lee 






1,600 




1,360 


144 


195,500 


195,500 


Manatee 






50 




50 


104 


5,200 


5,200 


Martin 






' 300 




250 


- 28 " * 


"7,100 


-' 7,100 


Orange 






40 




40 


140 


5,600 


5,600 


Palm Beach 






5,860 




5,000 


115 


575,700 


575,700 


Sarasota 






100 




100 


124 


12,400 


12,400 


State Total 






14,800 




13,600 


175 


2,380,000 


2,380,000 



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I 


RISH POTATOES (CGI 


iHEr 


iCIAL.) - 




IN G 










birJ _U ix 


IRISII POTATO 


SS - ACRES 


for ha: 


[VEST - BY C 


our 


PIES - 


1940-1946 


oun i;^ 


1940 




1941 




1942 




1943 




1944- 




1945 




1946 


Alachua 


1,200 




1,200 




1,600 




1,800" 


1 


,800 


C 


,000 




2,100 


Baker 


— 




— 




— 




100 




- 




- 




- 


rsraai or a 


200 




200 




150 




150 




75 




100 




100 


Br oward 


300 












- 




- 




- 




- 




50 




■ 100 




100 




100 




150 




100 






i/Oi ii cr 


m * 












- 








50 




- 


JJd.Q.C 










— 




— 








200 




270 


IJG.bO QO 


200 




250 




200 




150 




100 




100 




100 


Es cambia 


700 




1,350 




1,000 




800 




900 




900 




1,100 


Flagler 


2 ,000 




2,100 




2,100 




2,300 


2 


,500 


2 


,000 




2,300 


Hardee 


— 




50 




— 




150 




100 




100 




50 


Hi ghlands 






— 




— 




150 




50 




200 




80 


Hills borougn 


200 




200 




300 




250 




200 




200 




230 


Holmes 










100 




100 




100 




150 




140 


JolTers on 


100 












— 




*■* 




- 




- 


Lake 














100 








50 




- 


Manatee 


100 




100 




100 




200 




50 




50 




— 


Kari on 






*" 




















100 


Orange 






*™ 








100 




400 




300 




200 


Palp. Beach 


400 




300 




200 




500 




500 


2 


,400 




4,200 


Poltc 


150 




150 




150 




150 




150 




50 




50 


Putnam 


3,100 




3,300 




2 ,900 




2 ,000 


2 


, 700 


2 


,550 




2,750 


St. Johns 


6, 600 




7,100 




6, 750 




7,450 


7 


,800 


7 


,200 




7,200 


Santa Rosa 


— 




- 




50 




— 




50 




— 




— 


Sarasota 


100 




100 




200 




400 




250 




200 




180 


Seminole 


100 




100 




200 




200 




150 




150 




150 


Union 


200 




200 




1 50 




150 




125 




100 




100 


Volusia 


250 




200 




150 




150 




1 D J 




150 




150 


ashing ton 


























50 


Other Counties 150 


























TOTAL 


16,100 


17,000 


1 


6,400 


17,4-50 


lo 


, 1UU 


19 


,300 




21,700 


SPRING IRIS 


I-I POTATOES - 


AC REAGS, PRODUC TI 


OF 


MD VALU: 


ilj — 


STATE 


SUMMARY 




1937-46 


Year Acreage ^ 


'ield t 


(hit 


pro due 


tion 


Un 


it Value 


Tot 


al Value 


1937 21,500 


110 


Eu. 


2, 


3 64 


,000 




1.18 




V 


2 


7795,000 


1938 19, 


600 


127 




ii 


9 

& * 


497 


,000 




.71 






1,762,000 


1939 IS, 


700 


121 




ti 


2, 


013 


,000 




.97 






1 


,962,000 


1940 16,100 


204 




n 


3, 


285 


,000 




.81 






o 

C 


,654,000 


1941 17,000 


112 






1, 


904 


,000 




.86 






1 


,639,000 


1942 13, 


400 


147 




it 


2, 


404 


,000 




1.54 






o 


,702,000 


1943 17, 


450 


118 




1! 


2, 


067 


,000 




1.93 






3,992,000 


1944 18,100 


114 




II 


2, 


057 


,000 




1.53 






3 


,139,000 


1945 19, 


300 


120 




11 


2, 




,000 




2.26 






5 


,248,000 


1946 21, 


700 


137 




II 


3, 


630 


,000 




1.73 






6 


,270,000 



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S^HF T G JRISB POTATO'S! 


5 - An? " 


A.GE AI'D PR0FJC?I0I T BY 






U UUIi Ox tro ; 


Acr 


eage 


: Yield : 


Prod 


uctlon 


and • 




: For 


: . : 


iOtai 


: Of Value 


Arc sis • 


r X "XI CGQ 


: Harvest 


: Bushels : 


(For Harvest) 


: (Harvested) 


"est Florida Area 












PJs canbia 


1,150 


1 ,100 


115 


i ? R Rno 


i s> r Rnn 
xc o , ouu 


rTol Trio «; 


1 An 
X rrU 


1 A r\ 

140 


*1 1 A 

114 


1 0,uUU 


1 6,000 


Wash inp" tor 






TOO 

120 


c nnn 
o , uuU 


b , UUU 


Area Total 


X ^ O^zU 


1 ,^90 


115 


1^:0 . OUU 


14b , OUU 


Og_i ri pc ■o-i 1 ^ P /> TPPl 












Al ^chu?. 


2 ,100 


c , 1UU 


i art 
150 


■^1 K OOO 
Olv, uuu 


■^l r noo 

O 1 o , uuu 


Bradford 


100 


100 


150 


T R OOO 
1 o , uuu 


~[ R OOO 
1 o , uu u 


l al X Oil 


1UU 


100 


T O C 

105 


10 , OOU 


1U, oUU 


Uni cn 


1 on 

X U 


T OA 

100 


^ cn 

j.50 


i ^ nnn 
1 o , uuu 


l r nnn 
10, uuu 






O / AO 

2 ,^00 


148 


•zee enn " 

OOO , OUU 


■rfcq Rnn 

OOO , OUU 


Xj. O L/ _ - If. O ,;i ^ C-. 














i no 

XUU 


i nn 


loo 


lo , ouu 


i r Rnn 
ICS , ouu 


Fl aerie r 


2 ,350 


o ^nn 

C , OUU 


1^:0 


340 000 


340 000 


pu ta. am 


2 ,800 


^ ,750 


200 


550 000 


550 000 


O • U vJ*-u.iO 


7 ?oo 

f , C UU 


*7 O o.A 

/ ,cOU 


rt OO 

^00 


i Adn ooo 

1 , rrtU , UUU 


1 ^^lO OOO 

1 ) "LrrrU , UUU 


V vi Uo 1« 


1 RO 

X o w 


n co 


1 c o 

loO 


P? ROO 
t#c » OUU 


?? R00 

Ct Ci , O OU 


irf>^ • T o -h p 1 


1 ? POO 


1*3 ^ OO 




? "^71 000 

bjOllj UUU 


? R7"! 000 














JL/v3 Ql uU 


T 00 

X OVJ 


T OO 

100 


1 rn 

150 


1 R OOO 
1 o , uuu 


1 R 000 
X o , uuu 




RO 


r* o 

50 


T C" O 

150 


7 ROO 
I , OUU 


7 ROO 

1 , OUU 




RO 


on 


i nn 


R OOO 
o , uuu 


R OOO 
o , uuu 


ii J. ^ i O v-/ *s> X W L/> ^j-i 1 


230 


9 "^n 


t An 


32 200 


32 .200 


Or pt 1 


200 


200 


140 


28 000 


28 000 


.rox tc 


RO 
OU 


50 


1 /|A 

140 


7 nnn 
( , uuu 


7 OOO 
/ , UUU 


O biTLXil OX 


1 RO 


i c;n 




1 R R00 
io , OUU 


1 R ROO 

IO , OUU 


fir To"^pl 

xi.-i X W yt* J. 


8 SO 


q An 


loo 


116 500 


116 500 

x -i. w • \j \y v> 


^nu'hVi V" 1 nn' dp 












X/ciU.t; • 


■sOO 


o 7n 




c,nn 

CO, OUU 


fi^ ROO 

OO , OUU 


Pp 1 TP RpacH 


4,300 


/i 9 nn 


1.50 


567 000 


567.000 


A vp« Tni~P 1 

XiX \_- X ^ X 


4 BOO 


4,4-70 


141 


6.^0 500 


630 500 


Other Counties 












Sarasota 


200 


180 


44 


8,000 


8,000 


State Total 


22,000 


21,700 


167 


3,630,000 


3,630,000 



V 



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• ALL IRTSIT POTATOES' - "ACHES 


FOP TtAPTT 

x w— . i._rx. . v 


■<?t - nv 

iji. s.\l 


u u^_ 


■1 1 ,'iO- 


— o'.A--.'JJ" 


1939-40 to 1945-46 




i o aQ /in 
i yoy— ftu 


1940-41 


'1941-42 






i. •> - o— . ± 


1944-45 


1945-46 


£ 1 p h n ct 


1 , C UU 


~T~"2O0" 


i son 


V 

A 


Ron 


i , OUU 


2,000 


2,100 












i no 






— 


i.JL C7.VJ._fc. J. VJ. 


<0 UU 


200 


?:50 




1 ^0 


7R 


100 


100 


1 - X UV . Ca. 1 KJ. 


A oo 


350 


400 








— 


— 


PI av 


ro 

WW 


100 


100 




100 


- •• 1 50 


100 


100 


•P n"l It f> y* 

W W . , X X .-1 












- 50 

w w 


50 




T ip n r> 
LJu w. w 


" " A oOn 

D , UUW 


6,000 


4,300 




,100 


3,000 


5,550 


5,770 




9on 


250 


200 






1 oo 

J. WW 


100 


100 


'■' or* «r, rnVi"i A 

_ _ O W C.J O- 


7 no 

' WW 


1 ,350 


1 ,000 




800 


Q00 

J WW 


900 


1 , 100 


"PI ss 1 o-r 
r x cic^ x 1 




2,100 


2,100 


p 


,300 


2 ,300 


2 ,000 


2 ,300 




* 


50 






150 


1 00 

j_ w w 


100 


50 


n. x. l , Xi X c-U..'. U. o 










1 50 


' , ■ 50 

- ' O W 


200 


80 


H* "i 1 1 f 1 *inT , m]fV 

iilxio i J W i. UULa 


?rio' 


200 


300 




2 50 

Cj \J \J 


POO 


4U0 


5.50 


T-T d 1 1'OP^ 

LlUlr Lo O 






100 




100 


100 


I 00 


140 




n on 
















uUX- u "c on 


i no 

L UU 














™" 


J j d. J<. w 










100 




50 


*~ 


XjC g 




850 


1 , 000 


x 


, 500 


"1 400 

-L ^ T- W W 


1 ,200 


1 ,360 


e.iic'.xce . 


». 1UU 


100 


. 100 




200 • 


■ - -50 


100 


50 


? S-Tl OH 
















100 


8. r "till 


i rin 








50 




50 


250 


Orar, g e 










1 00 


400 

X W W 


300 


240 


X cL UI1 DKJd.GLl 


o a nn 


2 , 300 


2 ,500 




000 

y www 


3 500 


6,200 


9,200 


J Uliv 


i Rn 


150 


150 




150 


1 50 

X WW 


00 


oO 


j LI LI I dj'L 


!2 "1 AA 

0,1 UU 


3,300 


2 ,900 


o 


,000 


2 , 700 


o ceo 

c , boo 


2 ,750 


O X • . J OiUl o 


O, OUU 


7,100 


3,750 


7 


,450 


7 , 800 


1 , 200 


7,200 


C 4- Tnni n 


OUU 


300 


100 






-50 

w w 




— 


b«kn od. lwOS Ei 






50. 






50 ■ 






OO-I CIO U 


1 RO 
j. ou 


100 


200 




400 


2 50 


ou'J 


- Art 


.n pmi n nl p 

O W il LX ±1 vl ^/ 


1 00 

lUu 


100 


200 




200 


150 


1 RO 
1 uw 


1 RO 


Union 


200 


200 


150 




150 


125 


100 


100 


Volusia 


•n <^0U 


.200 


150 




loO 


150 


loO 


i oU 


"Washington 














50 


50 


Other Counties 


150 
















TOTAL 


25,500 


26,300 


25,000 


26 


,300 


' 23,600 


31,100 


35,300 


ALL IRISH POTATOES - ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION A" T D 'V 


■-T TI r > 


-STAT 

sj -I J. 


Hi SUiLt : ARY 


1936-37 


to 194 5- 4c 


Seas on Ac r e a g e 


Yield 


Unit. 


Produ'c 


tion 




Un i t Val u 


3 Total Valu6 


1936-37 31,500 


" 121 t 


■ Bu, 


3 , 785 


,000 




% 1.32 


Q 4,998,000 


1937-38 31,400 


134 


it 


4,203 


,000 




.70 


2 


,960,000 


1938-39 25,700 


130 


ii 


3,463,000 




1 .09 


3 


,774,000 


1939-40 25,600 


162 


it 


4,140 


,000 




.91 


3 


,766,000 


1940-41 26,800 


117 


it 


3,129 


,000 




.90 


2 


,803,000 


1941-42 25,000 


153 


it 


•",323,000 




1 54 


5 


,901,000 


1942-43 23,600 


129 


tt 


3,439 


,000 




1 .94 


6 


,667,000 


1943-44 28,600 


112 


ii 


3,212 


,000 




2.00 


6 


,431,000 


1944-45 31,100 


162 


tt 


5,035,000 




2.39 


12 


,033,000 


1945-46 35,300 


170 


n 


3,010,000 




1.95 


11 


,744,000 



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ALL IRISH POTATO'S 




JTCr PRODUCTION BY 


COTES TI ES ATB AB3AS 


- 1946 


Counties 


Ac r e a j 




Yield : 


Production 


and - ; 


: 


For 


t 


Total j 


Of Value 


Areas . 


Planted ; 


Harvest 


Bushels : 


(For Harvest) : 


(Tiarvested) 


i est Florida Area 












Escambia 


1,150 


1,100 


115 


126,500 


126,500 


Holmes 


140 


140 


114 


16,000 


16,000 


"Washington 


50 


50 


120 


6,000 


6,000 


Area Total 


1,340 


1,290" 


115 - 


148,500 


148,500 


Gainesville Area 












Al achua 


2,100 


2,100" 


150 • 


315,000 


3L5,000 . 


Bradford 


100 


100 


150 \ 


15,000 


15,000 


Marion 


100 


100 


105 


10,500 


10,500 


Union 


100 


100 


150 


15,000 


15,000 


Area Total 


2,400 


2 , 400 


148 


355,500 


355,500 


Hastings Area 






- 






Clay 


100 


100 


185 


18,500 


18,500 


Plagler 


2,350 


2,300 


148 


340,000 


340,000 


Putnam 


2,800 


2,750 


200 


550,000 


550,000 


St. Johns 


7,200' 


7,20t> 


200 


1,440,000 


1,440,000 


Volusia 


150 


150 


150 


22,500 


22,500 


Area Total 


12,300 


12,500 


190 


2,371,000 


2,371,000 


Central Florida Area 












DeSoto 


100 


100 


150 


15,000 


15,000 


Hardee 


50 


50 


150. 


7,500 


7,500 


Highlands 


80 


80 


100 


8,000 


8,000 


Hillsborough 


530 


530 


117 


62,200 


62,200 


Orange 


240 


240 


140 


33,600 


33,600 


Polk 


50 


50 


140 


7,000 


7,000 


Seminole 


150 


150 


125 


18,800 


18,800 


Area Total 


1,200 


1,200 


127 


152,100 


152,100 


Manatee- Sarasota Area 












. Plan a tec 


. 50 


50 


104 


5,200 


5,200 


Sarasota 


300 


280 


73 


20,400 


20,400 


Area Total- 


550 


""330 


78 


25,300 


25,600 


South Florida Area 












Dade 


6,850 


6,770 


238 


1,612,000 


1,612,000 


Lee 


1,600 


1,360 


144 


195,500 


195,500 


Martin- ' ■- - . .,' 


300 


250 


28 


7,100 


7,100 


Palm Beach 


10,160 


9,200 


124 


1,142,700 


1,142,700 


Area Total 


13,910 


17,530 


168 


2,957,300 


2,957,300 


State Total 


36,300 


35,300 


170 


6,010,000 


6,010,000 



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IRISH POTATOES - 


r (Sn, T 'TV 


CARLOT SHI 


PI 1 T TS ( RAIL) 


H J [TV ■ 


— • • 
THS - 


SEA SOI! 1945- 


46 


County 


Dec : 


<J an ; 


Feb; 


Ea r : 


Ap r 


May, 


June : 


July; 


Total 


. 1944-45; 


Alachua 










63 


352 


Lc 




427 




307 


Broward 






















35 


Clay 












44 


2 




46 




32 


Dado 




o 

C , 


329 


1538 


335 








2204 




2052 


DoSoto 










7 








7 






Duval 






















2 


Escambia 












81 


oo 




' 119 




66 


Flagler 








31 


378 


111 




1 


521 




444 


II en dry 












4 






4 






Highlands 












9 


c 




14 




21 


Hillsborough 










2 








2 




10 


Holmes 












4 


e? 
O 




10 






Lee 




O 
oc 


226 


79 


7 








344 




327 


Manatee 






















1 


l T arion 












13 


i 




14 






Martin 






















18 


Okeechobee 










1 








1 






Orange 


3 










4 


66 


12 


52 




40 


Palpi Beach 


143 




40 




223 


613 


A P 
4b 




1600 




1381 


Polk 






















12 


Putnam 








2 


458 


237 


c 




699 




369 


St. Johns 










2191 


1413 


1 i 


o 
c 


3617 




1949 


Sarasota 






1 


5 


3 


5 






14 




17 


Scminoi e 










5 








5 






Union 












16 






16 




2 


"Washington 












4 






4 




8 


Walton 














1 




1 






TOTAL 


146 


w \J *J 


596 


1S55 


3673 


2910 


'157 


15 


9721 




7093 




CARLO 


I bill rf 


'EI ITS 


OF IRISH POTATOES BY RAIL 


OR BOAT 






Season Sep: Oct 


: Nov; 


Dec - 


Jan : 


Feb : 


Mar« Apr 


: May: 


June : 


July: Aug: 


Total : 


1928-29 






1 


5 


37 1013 2932 


1061 


7 


8 


3 


5067 


1929-30 




C 


- 


30 


183 


545 1906 


2089 


25 


23 


.1 


4802 


•1930-31 


1 * 


1 


17 


' 24 


80 


304 2193 


4043 


183 


41 




6887 


1931-32 




7 


7 


39 


204 


887 647 


721 


62 


17 




2591 


1932-33 






- 


.11 


195 


751 1927 


1108 


35 






4035 . 


1933-34 






9 


52 


599 1086 2399 


1704 


43 


13 




5705 . 


1934-35 






41 


106 


386 


732 923 


1718 


21 


5 




3932 


1935-36 






20 


84 


439 


661 1659 


1088 


34 






3985 


1936-37 




» 

/ 

4 


119 


372 


'976 1506 2709 


1060 


32 


3 




6781 


1937-38 






95 


207 


777 1804 3352 


1179 


2 


1 




7417 


1938-59 




1 


106 


353 


689 1165 1652 


1457 


20 






5445 


1939-40 






57 


2 61 


275 


393 1195 


4049 


81 






6291 


1940-41 






62 


295 


373 


704 591 


2098 


84 


1 




4208 


1941-42 






120 


362 


445 


876 1085 


2619 


31 


3 




5541 


1942-43 






69 


385 


499 


714 '30 


1765 


1309 


1 




4772 


1943-44 






179 


414 


680 


478 2187 


1327 


53 


7 




5326 


1944-45 






193 


521 


600 1 


708 2076 


1926 


67 


2 


1 


7093 


1945-46 






146 


569 


596 1655 3673 


2910 


157 


15 




9721 



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SHIPi'tENTS 




H POTATOES 




r TTT 

L Xl J 


p ^ pt t 


TPfffTYV AT 
oUU X V AXj 


SjSS ID 




L_> w C*. O Ull 


Oct • 








r t<u j 


T To v * 

J. .tix * 




i i .C3. y j 




Tnl "\r • 


1 U l/ul 


1938-39 




' 4 




O f 


R7 


130 


C X X 


P.P 

u c 


X X 


fi 

u 


64? 


1 Q 3 Q- 40 






CO 


oo 


97 


16 J 


Ov / 


wC ^ 


3R 




1 ?89 


X*7 Tl 




XO 


4fi 


X X C7 


i oi 


209 


213 


Rid 


1 ? 
x c 




1 070 


X -x X X t-j 




o 


37 


1 4? 


97 


165 


2 66 








R41 












l\T n f 

ri O U 


Available 












1 


3 




67 


55 


78 


105 




o 




A9 7 


194-4-45 






13 


63 


154 


302 


255 


80 


5 




872 


1945-46 






23 


S9 


83 


187 


266 


126 


5 




759 



Kote : Conversion Factors for 1938-39 to 1945-46 - 550 Bushels 



STRAWB ERRIE S 

STRA PERRIES - ACRES FOP HARVEST - BY COUNTIES - SEASON 1939-40 to 1945-46 



County 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Bradford 


950 


1,000 


500 


300 


125 


200 


225 


Clay 


50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dade 


150 


150 


- 


- 


100 


100 


150 


DeSoto 


50 














Escambia 


50 














Hardee 


700 


900 


650 


400 


150 


200 


200 


He man do 


50 














Highlands 


25 














Hillsborough 


3,100 


1,500 


2,100 


1,000 


600 


1,100 


1,700 


Indian River 


25 














Manatee 


200 


200 


200 


100 


25 


25 




Orange 


150 


150 


150 


75 


25 


25 




0s c e ol a 


25 














Pasco 


50 














Polk 


1,050 


500 


750 


400 


200 


200 


300 


Sarasota 


■ 50 














Sumter 


400 


350 


550 


175 


50 


75 


100 


Union 


50 




50 










Volusia 


25 














Other Counties 


50 


750 


250 


150 


125 


125 


125 


TOTAL 


7,200 


5,500 


5,000 


2,600 


1,400 


2,050 


2,800 



STRA" PERRIES - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AT D VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 1956-57 to 194-5-46 



Season 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1936-37 


87800" 


65 


Crate 


572,000 


$ 4.80 


ij 2,746,000 


1937-38 


7,500 


70 


it 


525,000 


4.00 


2,100,000 


1938-59 


9,000 


85 


11 


765,000 


4.15 


3,175,000 


1939-40 


7,200 


70 


II 


504,000 


4.65 


2,344,000 


1940-41 


5,500 


70 


II 


385,000 


5.70 


2,194,000 


1941-4-2 


5,000 


70 


It 


350,000 


6.50 


2,275,000 


1942-45 


2,600 


60 


It 


156,000 


. 9.60 


1,49S,000 


194-3-44 


1,400 


70 


tl 


98,000 


11.50 


1,107,000 


1944-45 


2,050 


70 


tt 


144,000 


10.75 


1,548,000 


194-5-46 


2,800 


80 


II 


224,000 


10.55 ■ 


2,333,000 



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STRAIfBERRIES - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 194G 



Counties 


: Acreage 


• Yield : 


Production 


and 


: : For 




Total : Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted : Harvest 


: Crates : 


(For Harvest) : (Harvested) 



Hardee 






200 200 80 




16,000 




13,000 


Hillsborough 






1,700 1,700 80 




135,400 




135,400 


Polk 






300 300 79 




23,600 




23,600 


Area Total 






2,200 2,200 80 




175,000 




175,000 


Other Counties 
















Pr ad ford 






225 225 89 




20,000 




20,000 


Dade 






150 150 80 




12,000 




12,000 


Sumter 






100 100 80 




8,000 




8,000 


Misc. Counties 






125 125 72 




9,000 




9,000 


State Total 






2,800 2,800 80 




224,000 




224,000 


S THAI/BERRIES - 


CONN TY 


CAPLOT SHIP; r i-2TTS (RAIL) BY MCN 


THS - SEAS Q 


T 1945 


-46 


C oun ty 




Jan : 


Feb : Mar ; 


Apr : 


Total 




1944-45: 






2 


15 7 


1 


25 




• 43 




CARLO T SHIPMENTS OF STRAWBERRIES 


BY RAIL 


OR BOAT 






Seas on 




ijt-o ; 


U cXll J J 1 \-» U ; 


Mar : 


Apr: 


May : 


Total : 


1923-29 




1 

J- 


1 7? - S75 - 

_L J < — Wit-/ 


706 


73 


6 


1635 


x Ct 3 — o \j 




1 D7 


359 439 


594 


174 


48 


1721 






X 


194 442 


772 


393 


45 


1862 


1 Cl O 1 — OtO 






599 531 


225 


222 


37 


1760 






71 
f 1 


511 936 


421 


127 ' 


18 


2034 






30 


39 6 511 


618 


274 


1 


1330 


±y o i-oo 






112 686 


407 


155 


- 


1363 


iyoo-oo 




8 


83 155 


593 


233 


10 


1082 


1 y<5 O—OI 




9 


488 447 


193 


132 


2 


1271 


1937-38 






121 592 


195 


' 10 


6 


924 


1938-39 




29 


332 396 


144 


18 


- 


919 


1939-40 ' 




1 


6 


127 


89 




ceo 


1940-41 ' 




5 


3 7 


'29 


7 


m 


51 


1941-42 






6 ■ 31 


12 


9 


mm 


58 


1942-43 




3 


12 - 22 


8 


13 


2 


60 


1943-44 




- 1 


15 


7 






23 


1944-45 ' 






21 


22 




_ 


43 


1945-46 






2 15 


7 


1 


_ 


25 


SE 


:ipi 


tMTS OF 


STPA r: BERRIFS BY TRUCK 


IF CAPLOT EQUIVALBN 


TS 




1938-39 




32 


253 395 


323 


153 


53 


1189 


1939-40 




21 


117 59 


422 


520 


39 


1228 


1940-41 




. 98 


143 196 


290 


293 


53 


1073 


1941-42 




9 


124 294 


226 


203 


4 


860 


1942-43 






Not Available 






164 


1943-44 




4 


13 78 


54 


9 


6 


1944-45 






12 135 


107 


8 


1 


2 65 


1945-46 






66 108 


144 


45 


3 


446 


Note : C onverri on 


Factors 


for 1938-39 - 480 Crates; 1939 


-40 to 1941 


-42 - 


410 Crates; 


1943-44 


to 


1945-46 


- 450 Crates 











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■ 1 


OMATOES - FALL 










FALL 


T0>AT0ES 


- AC 


r>p<3 


FOR LARV." ST - RE C( 


)URIIES 1939- 


to 










( IncLud 


os Fresh Market and Processing) 








C our. ty 


1959 




1940 




1341 1942 


l <y T. U 








Brevard 


100 




100 




250 50 


J. \J\J 


1 uu 






Erotrard 


■250 




100 








C UU 




1 ou 


CharLotte 


100 








50 










Ccllier 


100 




100 




175 100 


100 


Ct 1 




1 uu 


Dade 


500 




500 




500 400 




500 




200 


PeSoto 


125 




100 




100 25 




25 




?5 


Hardee 










200 50 




25 




Cj KJ 


Heft' dry ' ' 


100 


















Hi 11 sb or ough 










350 


300 


i on 




OC O 


Indian River 


100 




100 




200 100 


4Q0 


"1 75 




1 00 


Lake 


_ 








50 


50 






C KJ 


Lee 


600 




700 




600 300 


500 


1 50 

X\J\J 




ij <J\J 


Manatee 


750 




400 




2,000 900 


650 


175 




500 


Martin 


200 




500 




700 75 


150 


100 




120 


Orange' ■ •■ - 












75 








Pain Beach 


200 




200 




200 75 




100 




150 


St. Lucie 


775 




300 




1,500 1,500 


1 , 750 


800 




2,200 


Sarasota 


100 




200 






200 








Sumter 














50 




50 


Other Counties.; 






200 




25 25 


125 






30 


TOTAL 4 


,000 


4 


,000 




6,500 4,000 


4,400 


2 , 800 




4,350 


FALL TOMATOES 


- ACREAGE 


, PRODUCT! Of ATD VALUE 


- STATE SUMMARY 1936 


-45 










(F 


or Fresh Market) 










Year Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


r936 ~ 475 00 




54 


Bu. 


245,000 


9 2 . 65 


% 




644,000 


1937 4,000 




55 






220,000 


3.20 






704,000 


19.38 2,800 




120 






336,000 


3.00 




1, 


008,000 


1939 4,000 




160 






640,000 


2.85 




1, 


824,000 


1940 4,000 




140 






560,000 


2 . 60 




1, 


456,000 


1941 6,500 




75 






488,000 


3.45 




X, 


684,000 


1942 4,000 




125 






500,000 


5.60 




2, 


800,000 


1943 3,600 




185 






656,000 


5.25 




3,496,000 


1944 2,100 




120 






252,000 


5.75 




1, 


449,000 


1945 3,850 




175 






674,000 


5.20 




3, 


505,000 


FALL TONA? 


0E3 - 


ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION AUD VALUE - 


STATE SUMMARY 1943- 


45 










(F 


or Processing) 










Year Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Tc 


tal Value 


1943 800" 




4.8 


Ton 


3,840 


$ 19.50 






75,000 


1944 700 




3.2 




it 


2,240 


25.00 






56,000 


1945 500 




4.9 




1! 


2,450 


25.75 






63,000 



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PALL TO? LA. TO;: 3 


- ACRi 


sage, 


PgODUCTIO: 7 AITD VALUE - 


STATE SUPS' ARY 


1936-45 






( Includes 


Fresh 


Market and Proces 


sing") 




Year 


Acreage 


Yield 




Unit 


Producti on 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1956 


47500 


54 




Bu. 


243,000 


$ 2.65 


644,000 


1937 


4,000 


55 




it 


220,000 


3.20 


704,000 


1938 


2,800 


120 




it 


336,000 


3.00 


1,008,000 


1939 


4,000 


160 




tt 


640,000 


2.85 


1,824,000 


1940 


4,000 


140 




ii 


560,000 


* 2 . 60 


1,456,000 


1941 


6,500 


75 




it 


488,000 


3.45 


1,634,000 


1942 


4,000 






ti 


500,000 


5.60 


2,800,000 


1943 


4,400 


184 




it 


oil ,000 


4.40 


3,571,000 


1 Q44 


2 BOO 


120 




tt 


337,000 


4.4/ 


1 ,50o,000 


1945 


4,350 


176 




tt 


765,000 


4.66 


3,568,000 




PALL TOMATOES 


- acrpag;. 


APD 


PRODUCTION BY COW TIPS A. T D AREAS 


1945 


C our. tic 


s 




Acreage 


: Yield : 


production 


and' 








: For : : 


Total : 


Of Value 


Areas 




: planted 


: Harvest -.Bushels: (F 


or Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


Central 


Florida Area 














DeScto 






25 




. 25 125 1 ~l 


3,125 


3,125 


Hardee 






25 




25 125 


3,125 


3,125 


Hills bore— plant City 




25 




25 125 


3,125 


3,125 


Lake 






25 




25 • 125 


3,125 


3,125 


Sumter 






50 




50 118 


5,900 


5,900 



Area Total 



150 



150 



matee-Ruskin Area 



Hillsborough 
Manatee 



300 
550 



Area Total 



850 



300 
500 
"30b' 



i H 'or"c I yers Area 
Collier - Imrioka.lee 
Lee 



100 
350 



100 
350 



Area Total 



450 



Fort Pierce Area 
Brevard 
Indian River 
Martin (Past) 
St. Lucie 



120 
120 
100 
2,275 



450 



100 
100 
,200 



Area Total 

Pompano Area 
Broward (Perth) 
Martin - Irdiantovm. 
Palm Beach (Cast) 



315 



2,400 



200 
35 
150 



Area Total 



385 



100 
20 
150 
270 



Loxrer .as t Coast Area 
ard (South) 



brov; 
Dade 



150 
200 



Area Total 
Other Coun ti e s~ 



350 



50 



State Total 



4,350 



50 
200 
[250 

"350" 



123 


18,400 


13,400 


200 


60,000 


60,000 


245 


122,500 


122,500 


228 


182,500 


182,500 


37 


3,700 


3,700 


117 


4-0,950 


40', 9 50 


99 


44,650 


44,650 


148 


14,800 


14,300 


150 


15,000 


" 15,000 


135 


407,200 


407,200 


182 


437,000 


457,000 


150 


15,000 


15,000 


60 


1,200 


1,200 


150 


22,500 


22,500 


143 


38,700 


33,700 


150 


7,500 


7,500 


150 


30,000 


30,000 


150 


37,500 


37,500 


208 


6,250 


6,250 


176 


7 35,000 


765,000 



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irlando 



TOMATOES - r EE' TEH 
1FTER -TOMATOES - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 1940-46 



O \J y.LL 1 Kj y 


JL CfiU 


1 Q A 1 

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1 QA9 




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it , uuu 


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"Hp Ho 






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Lee 






• 




300 


300 


?90 

b v w 


Manatee 


- 


- 


- 


. - 




100 




Martin 


- 


50 




- 




50 


300 


"Pp 1 m" T^r r*n 




i no 






ouu 


y uu 


y ou 


St. Lucie 




100 


200 






100 


200 


Other Counties 




150 


100 


100 


200 




70 


- TOTAL - 


- 6,-000 


- 7,500 k 


18,500 • 


6,400 


18,500 


18,610 


12,400 


^RENTER 


TOMATOES - 


ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE 


- STATE 


STFMllARY 1937 


-46 








(For Fresh Market) 









Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1S37 


"177200 


94 


Bu. 


1,617,000 


$ 2.65 


$ 4,285,000 


1938 


15,500 


190 


ti 


2,945,000 


1.70 


5,006,000 


1939' 


18,000 


' 165 


11 


2,970,000 


2.40 


7,128,000 


1940' 


5,500 


' 170 


«t 


935,000 


3.15 


2,945,000 


1941 


• 7,000 


125 


11 


875,000 


3.20 


2,800,000 


1942 


14,200 


116 


n 


1,647,000 


4.00 


6,588,000 


1943 


5,900 


140 


11 


826,000 


6.15 


5,080,000 


1944 


16,900 


' 125 


11 


2,112,000 


5.95 


12,566,000 


1945' 


17,700 


150 


ti 


a/2,655,000 


4.95 " 


11,692,000 


1946 


12,200 


' 161 


it 


'a/l,9 64, 000 


5.70 


10,391,000 


a/ Includes some 


quantities 


not harvested and excluded 


. in computing 


value - 


293 


,000 bushe 


Is in 1945 


and 141,000 bushels in 1946 






XMTER 'TOM 


AT0ES - ACREAGE, PRODUCT! OF AND VALUE 


- STATE SDWIARY 1937-46 








(For 


Processing) 






Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 


2,000 


2.9 


Ton 


5,880 


12 • 80 


^ 75,000 


1938' 


1,800 


5.1 


n 


9,170 


10.00 


92,000 


1939 


• • 1,000 


•4.8 


11 


4,820 


10.00 


• 48,000 


1940 


500 - 


' 4;5 


ti 


2,240 


10.00 


22,000 


1941 


500 


3.1 


ti 


1,550 


10.00 


16,000 


1942' 


4,300 


3.1 


ti 


13,230 


17.50 


232,000 


1943* 


500 


3.3 


l» 


1,650 


19.50 


32,000 


1944 


•1,600 


•' 3.3 


« 


5,280 


24.00 


127,000 


1945' 


- • 900 


— ' 3.9 


II 


3,510 


28.50 


100,000 


1946 


200 


4.4 


» 


880 


27.20 


24,000 



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TIN TER TOMATOES - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMABY 1937-46 



(Tor Fresh Varket and Processing) 



Year Acreage 


Yield 


uni 


t Production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 19,200 


96 


Eu. 




1 


,839,000. 


$ 2.37 


|" 4,360,000 


1938 17,300 


190 


it 




3 


,291,000 


1.55 


5,093,000 


1939 19,000 


161 


H 




3 


,0b2,000 


2.27 


6,960,000 


1940 6,000 


170 


W 




1,020,000 


2.91 


2,967,000 


1941 7,500 


115 


tl 






863,000 


3.00 


2,592,000 


1942 13,500 


116 


ti 




2 


,143,000 


3.18 


3,820,000 


IS 4-3 3,400 


139 


It 






388,000 


5.76 


5,112,000 


1944 18,500 


125 


t! 




2 


,311,000 


R 4-Q 


19 sc.", nnn 


1945 13,600 


150 


II 


a/2, 787, 000 


4.38 


11,792,000 


1946 12,400 


161 


II 


a/1,997,000 


5.61 


10,415,000 


a/ Includes some quantities not 


ha 


r vested 


and excluded 


in computing 


value - 


293,000 bushels in 


1945 and 

* 


141 


,000 bushels in 1946 






" T 7 TOMATOES 


- ACREAGE 


APE 


PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES A V D AREAS 


1946 


C oun ti e s 


: Acre 


ate 




: 


Yield : 


production 


and 


: 




For 






Total 


Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted 


: Harvest 




Bushels: (For Harvest) 


(Harvested) 


Fort pierce Area 
















• .'artin { .last) 


200 




200 




- 160 


32,000 


30,000 


St. Lucie 


200' 




200 




155 


31,000 


30,000 


Area Total 


400 




400 




153 


63 , 000 


60,000 


Pomp an o Area 
















Broward (North) 


300 




300 




U%56 


46,800 


45,000 


Martin - Indian town 


120 




100 




152 


15,200 


15,000 


Palm Beach (iJest) 


950 




950 




162 


154,000 


143,000 


Area Total 


* " 1,370" 




1,350 




• 160 


216,000 


208,000 


Lower East Coast Area 
















Br o"i ~ar d (South) 


.' 2 r 250 




2,050 




•162 


332,000 


285,000 


Collier ( Trail ) 


200 




200 




210 


42,000 


40,000 


Dade 


8,350 




7,800 




157 


1,224,000 


1,168,000 


Area Total 


.10,800. 




10,050 




159 


1,598,000 


1,493,000 


Fort Myers Area 
















Collier - Immokalee 


300 




290 




on 


64,400 


56,000 


Lee 


300 




290 




181 


52,500 


36,000 


Area Total 


600 




330 




202 


117,000 


92,000 


Mi sc. C oun ti e s 


30 




'2.0 




150 


3 , 000 


3 , 000 


State Total 


13,200 




12,400 




151 


1,997, 000 


1,556,000 



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Orlando 
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TOMAT OES - SPRI1TG 

SPRING TO' A TOES - ACRES FOR HAHVE5T - BY COUNTIES 1940-46 
■ (includes Fresh Market and Processing) 



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1944 


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1946 


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T'Tp Vi p "hp p 


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3 500 

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?00 

CUW 


T 00 
X wu 


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r o 


nlc ppr*h ohpp 

Wi^ L V/LliU UJ 


100 




200 










Orange 


200 


200 


200 


250 


150 


75 


25 


Pal m . Reach. 


5,700 


2,000 


2 ,000 


200 


650 


1 ,100 


750 


Polk 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


175 


St. Lucie 


1,500 


1,000 


1,800 


1,850 


1,300 


1,600 


2,700 


Sarasota 


350 


400 


400 


200 


200 


. 100 


70 


Sumter 


' ' 2 ,400 


1,500 


1,500 


1,700 • 


1,500 


1,200 


1,000 


Other Counties 


50 


100 


100 • 


25 


100 


150 


110 


TOTAL 


23,500 


15,500 


18,000 


14,400 


12,000 


11,100 


13,650 



SPUING T0ITAT0SS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AMD VALUE - .STATE SUFEARY 1937-46 









(For 


Fresh Market) 






Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value . 


Total Value 


1937 


10,300" 


82 


Bu. 


886,000 


§ 3.00 


$ 2,658,000 


1938 


21,800 


. 82 


n 


1,788,000 


1 .60 


2,861,000 


1939 


17,600 


110 


ti 


1,936,000 


2.50 


4,840,000 


1940 


22,000 


80 


t» 

• * 


,' . 1,760,000 


2.05 


3,608,000 


1941 


14,000 


110 


it 


1,540,000 


3.25 


5,005,000 


1942 


13,300 


96 


n 


1,277,000 


4.00 


5,108,000 


1943 


11,500 


77 


ii 


893,000 


4.35 


3,885,000 


1944 


11,200 


56 


it 


627,000 


5.45 


3,417,000 


1945 


10,500 


120 


tt 


a/l,260,000 


5.80 


7,024,000 


1946 


13,000 


140 


ti 


a/l,820,000 


4.80 


8,352,000 



a/ includes some cuantities not harvested and excluded in computing value - 
49,000 bushels in 1945 and 80,000 bushels in 1946 



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Orlando 
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SPRING TO] A TO 


E'S - aCREAGE, 


PROD 


G'CTIOP AND VALUE 


- STATE SB. j ARY 


1937-48 










(For 


Processing) 






Year 


Acreage 


Yield 




Unit 


Product"j on 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 


17200 ' 


2.6 




Ton 


3,080 • $ 12.00 


% 40,000 


1938 


2,200 


2.2 




1! 


4,830 


10.00 


48,000 


1939 


1,300 


3.0 




II 


3,920 


10.00 


39,000 


1940 


1,500 


2.0 




II 


c , y ou 


T c\ r\r\ 


30,000 


1941 


1,500 


2.7 




IT 


4,050 


10.00 


40,000 


1942 


4,700 


2.5 




11 


11,970 


17.50 


•209,000 






1 Q 

1 • y 




II 


5,320 


19.50 


104,000 


1944 


800 


1.6 • 




II 


' 1,280 


24.00 


ol ,000 


1945 


600 


3.2 




II 


1,920 


28.50 


55,000 


1946 


650 


3.9 




II 


2,500 


27.95 


70,000 


S 


PRIFG TOIIATO 


ES - ACREAGE, 


PRODUCT! OF AND VALUE 


- STATE SUMMARY 


1937-46 






(For 


Fresh M 


arket and Processing) 




Year 


Acreage 


Yield 




uni t 


production 


Unit Value 


Total Value 


1937 


* 12", boo 


84 




Bu. ~ 


1,002,000 


2 • o0 


. . $ 2 , 598 , 000" 


1938 


24,000 


82 . 




it 


1,970,000' 


• 1.48 . 


. 2,909,000 


1939 


18,900 


. 101 




n 


1,908,000 


" 2 .33 


.4,439,000 


1940 


. 23,500 


75 




u„ 


1,762,000 ' 


, 1.94 


3,412,000 


1941 


15,500 ;. 


100... 




it 


1,553,000 


2.96 


4,590,000 


1942 


18,000 


96 




ti 


1,729,000 


3.08 


5,317,000 


1943 


14,400 


' 75. 




ti 


1,094,000 ' 


3 . 60 


3,989,000 


1944 


12,000 


5.6 '. . 




ti 


675,000 


5.11" 


3,448,000 


1945 


'11,100 


120 




11 


a/l,3 32, 000 


5.52 


7,079,000 


1946 


13,650 


140 




n 


a/l, 91 1,000 


4.60 


8,422,000 


a/ Includes some 


Quantities 


not harvested and excluded in computing 


value - 


49 


,000 bushels 


in 1945 and 


80,000 bushels in 1946 








SPEIFG T r AT 


oes - acre 


ag: 


I AFD 


P10DFCTI0N BY COUHTIlKiS AFD AREAS 


1946 


Counti 


es 




Acreage 


; YicTd v ~ 


Production 


and 










For . : : 


Total 


• Of Value 


Areas 




: Planted : Ha 


rve s t : Bu she 1 s : 


(For Harvest) 


(Harvested) 



Gainesville Area 



Alachua 


50 


tj 25 


40 


1,000 


800 


Bradford 


50 


25 


60 


1,500 


1,500 


Marion 


1,050 


950 


114 


108,000 


98,200 


Area Total 


1,150 


1 , 000 


110 


110,500 


100,500 


Central Florida Area 












Pes to 


200 


150 


100 


15,000 


15,000 


Hardee 


2,000 


2,000 


100 


200,000 


200,000 


Eillsboro-Plan t City 


1,000 


750 


50 


37,500 


37,500 


Lake 


350 


200 


75 


15,000 


15,000 


Orange 


50 


25 


100 


2,500 


2,500 


Polk 


200 


175 


100 


17,500 


17,500 


Sumter 


1,250 


1 ,000 


100 


100,000 


100,000 


Area Total 


5,050 


4,300 


90 


387,500 


567,500 


Manatee- Ruskin Area 












Eil Is borough 


700 


' 400 


312 


125,000 


121,000 


Manatee 


3,000 • 


1,900 


145 


275,000 


2 65,000 


Sarasota 


100 


70 


214 


15,000 


14,000 


Area Total 


5,800 


2,370 


175 


415,000 


400,060 



CONTINUED P^C-E 68 



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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 67 



SPRING TOMATOES - ACREAGi A- T D PRODUCTION BY COUFTIES A^ T D Air 


AS 1946 




Coun ties 




Acreage 


. y 


ield : 


Production 




and 




. p 


or : 




« 


Total 




Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted : Harvest ; Bushels; (F 


or Harvest ] 


: (Harvested) 


Fort Pierce Area 


















Ere-vard 




150 


150 


57 




8,500 




8,500 


Indian River 




150 


120 


233 




28,000 




28,000 


Martin (East) 




100 


75 


60 




4,500 




4,500 


St. Lucie 


2 


,700 2 


,700 


211 




- 571,000 




540,000 


Area Total 


3 


,100 3 


,045 


201 




612,000 




581,000 


Everglades Area 
















• 


Glades 




50 


25 


60 




1,500 




1,500 


Palm Beach 


1 


,500 


750 


50 




37,500 




37,500 


Area Total 


1 


,550 


775~~ 


50 




39,000 




59,000 


Lower East Coast 


Area 
















Broward (South) 




500 


400 


242 




96,800 




88,000 


Collier - Trail 




800 


650 


116 




75,200 




65,000 


Dade 


1,200 1 


,000 


160 




160,000 




155,000 


Area Total 


2 


,500 2 


,050 


162 




332,000 




308,000 


i^isc. Counties 




150 


110 


136 




15,000 




15,000 


State Total . 


17 


,300 13 


,650 


140 




1,911,000 


1 


,831,000 


ALL TO" IA TOES 


- ACRES FOR HARVEST 


- BY coir 


' TIES - SEASON 1939-40 to 1945-46 


C oun ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 1944-45 


1945-46 


Alachua 


200 


200 


200 




200 


100 


75 


25 


Bradford 






m 




125 


150 


100 


25 


Brevard 


500 


500 


250 




100 


350 


200 


150 


Broward 


2,250 


1,600 


4,000 




1,500 


5,000 


5,000 


2,900 


Charlotte 


200 


100 


150 




100 


100 






Collier 


1,100 


200 


2,175 




900 


500 


1,175 


1,240 


Dade 


3,500 


S,000 


12,500 




4,400 


12,000 


13,000 


8,950 


DeSoto 


125 


100 


100 




225 


250 


125 


175 


Glades 






_ 




250 


200 




25 


Hardee 


1,500 


1,500 


2,200 




1,850 


1,000 


1,025 


2,025 


Hendry 


1,100 


500 


500 




500 


400 






Hillsborough 


1,500 


1,500 


2,000 




1,850 


1,850 


1,250 


1,475 


Indian River 


800 


600 


900 




600 


900 


575 


220 


Lake 


1,000 


500 


500 




550 


. 550 


325 


225 


Lee 


700 


900 


800 




550 


1*100 


450 


640 


Manatee 


4,150 


3,900 


6,000 




4,400 


2,650 


2,225 


2,400 


Marion 


2,900 


1,000 


1,000 




500 


500 


450 


950 


Martin 


500 


850 


1,200 




175 


350 


250 


495 


Okeechobee 


100 




200 












Orange 


200 


200 


200 




250 


225 


75 


25 


Palm Beach 


5,900 


2,500 


2,400 




275 


1,150 


2,100 


1,850 


Polk 


100 


100 


100 




100 


100 


100 


175 


St. Lucie 


2,275 


1,900 


3,500 




3,350 


3,050 


2,500 


5,100 


Sarasota 


450 


600 


400 




200 


400 


-100 


70 


Sumter 


2,400 


1,500 


1,500 




1,700 


1,500 


1,250 


1,050 


Other Cora ties 


50 


450 


225 




150 


425 


150 


210 


TOTAL 


33,500 


27,000 


43,000 


24,800 


34,900 


32,500 


30,400 



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Orl aii do 
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ALL TO? 


A TOES -• ACRhAG 


B, PRODUCTIOF A 7 ' 


B VALUE - STATE SUM! 


ARY 1936-37 


to 1945-46 








(For 


Presh Market) 






Season 


Acreage 


xield 


• Unit 


l J r o due ti on Un 


it Value 


Total Value 


1936- 37 

1937- 38 


32,500 
41,300 


84 

120 


Pu. 
t» 


2,746,000 $ 
4,953,000 


2.76 

1.73 


T~7, 587,000 
8,571,000 


1938-39 


38,400 


130 


ti 


4,976,000 


2.48 


12,320,000 


1939-40 


31,500 


102 


it 


3,225,000 


2.53 


8,151,000 


1940-41 


25,000 


111 


IT 


2,765,000 


3.10 


8,582,000 


1941-42 


34,000 


100 


tl 


3,412,000 


3.92 


13,380,000 


1942-43 


21,500 


103 


II 


2,219,000 


5.30 


11,765,000 


1943-44 


31,700 


107 


It 


3,405,000 


5.72 


19,4-79,000 


194-4-45 


30,300 


138 


It 


a/4,167,000 
a/4, 45 8, 000 


5.27 


20,165,000 


1945-46 


29,050 


153 


tt 


5.25 


22,24-8,000 


a/ Includes some quan 


bi ties 


not harvested and excluded in 


computing 


value - 


342,000 bushels' in 


1944- 


45 and 221 


,000 bushels in 1945 


-46 





ALL TOMATOES - ACREAGE, PROEtJC TIOIT A'D VALUE - STATE SUI U''AJ7.Y 1936-37 to 1945-46 

(For Processing) 



Season 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


Production 


Unit Value 


Total '/alue 


1936-37 


~~ 3,200 


2.8 


Ton 


8,960 


c 4 12.80 


115,000 


1937-38 


4,000 ' 


5.5 


it 


14,000 


10.00 


140,000 


1938-39 


2,300 


3.8 


tt 


8,740 


10.00 


87,000 


1939-40 


2,000 


2.6 


tt 


5,200 


10.00 


52,000 


1940-41 


2,000 


2.8 


, it . - 


5,600 


10.00 


56,000 


1941-42 


9,000 


2.8 


tt 


25,200 


17.50 


441,000 


1942-43 


3,300 




tt 


6,970 


19.50 


136,000 


1943-44 


3,200 


3.2 


H 


. 10,400 


22.40 


233,000 


19.44-45 


2,200 


3.5 


It 


7,670 


27.50 


211,000 


1945-46 


1,350 


4.3 


11 


5,830 


26.90 


157,000 



ALL TO' A 


TOES - ACREAGE, ^RODUCTIOF A 


iD VALUE - STAT 


E SU.' r AFY 1936-37 


to 194-5-46 






(For 


Fresh Ha 


rket and Proces 


sing) 




Seas on 


Acreage 


Yield 


Unit 


product! on 


' Unit Value 


Total Value 


1936-37 


"-357700 


86 


Bu. 


3,084,000 


$ 2.50 


$" 7,702,000 


1937-38 


45,300" 


121 


tt 


5,481 ,000 


1.59 


8,711,000 


1938-39 


40,700 


130 


tt 


5,306,000 


2.34 


12,407,000 


1939-40 


33,500 


102 


n 


3,421,000 


2.40 


8,203,000 


1940-41 


27,000 


110 


tt 


2,976,000 


2.90 


8,538,000 


1941-42 


43,000 


101 


tt 


4,3 63,000 


3.17 


13,321,000 


1942-43 


24,800 


100 


u 


. 2,4-82,000 


4.79 


11,901,000 


1945-44- 


34,900 


109 


ti 


3,797,000 


5.19 


19,712,000 


1944-45 


32,500 


137 


tt 


a/4,45 6,000 
a/4,670,000 


4.95 


20,376,000 


1945-46 


30,400 


154 


tt 


5.04 


22,405,000 



a/ Includes some quantities not harvested and excluded ir. computing value 
342,000 bushels in 1944-45 and 221,000 bushels in 1945-46 



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Orlando 



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ALL TOMATOES - AC 


REAGSi AFD 


PRODUCTION 


BY count: 


EES AND AREAS 1945- 


1946 




Counties . 


:. - Acreage 


Yield : 


Production 




and 




• For 




Total 


Of Value 


Areas 


: Planted 


t Harvest ■ 


Bushels : 


(For Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


Gainesville Area 














Alachua 1 


50 


25 


40 


1,000 




800 


Bradford 


50 


25 


60 


1,500 


1 


,500 


Marion 


1,050 


950 


114 


108,000 


98 


,200 


Area Total 


1,150 


1,000 


110 


110,500 


100 


,500 


Central Florida Area 














DCSoto 


225 


■ 175 


104 


18,125 


18 


,125 


Hardee 


2,025 


2,025 


100 


203,125 


203 


,125 


Hillsboro-Plant City 


1,025 


775 


52 


40,625 


40 


,625 


Lake 


375 


225 


81 


18,125 


18 


,125 


Orange 


50 


25 


100 


2,500 


2 


,500 


Polk 


200 


175 


100 


17,500 


17 


,500 


Sumter 


1,300 


1,050 


101 


105,900 


105 


,900 


Area Total 


5,200 


4,450 


91 


405,900 


405 


,900 


Manatee- Ruskin Area 














Hi 1 1 s b or o- Hue kin 


1,000 


700 


264 


185,000 


181 


,000 


Manatee 


3,550 


2,400 


166 


397,500 


387. 


,500 


Sarasota 


100 


70 


214 


15,000 


14 


,000 


Area Total 


4,650 


3,170 


188 


597,500 


532 


,500 


Fort " yers Area 
Collier - Tmmokalee 














400 


590 


175 


68,100 


59 


,700 


Lee 


650 


640 


146 


93,550 


76 


,950 


Area Total 


1,050 


1,030 


157 


161,650 


136 


,650 


Fort Pierce Area 














Brevard 


270 


150 


57 


8,500 


8 


,500 


Indian River 


270 


220 


195 


42,800 


42 


,800 


Martin (East) 


400 


375 


137 


51,500 


49 


,500 


St. Lucie 


5.175 


5,100 


198 ■ 


1,009,200 


977 


,200 


Area Total 


6,115 


5,845 


190 


1,112,000 


1,078 


,000 


Pompano Area 














Broward (Horth) 


500 


400 


154 


61 , 800 


60 


,000 


': " r ar t in - ' In di an t own 


155 


120 


137 


16,400 


16 


,200 


Palm Beach (East) 


1,100 


1,100 


160 


176,500 


170 


,500 


Area Total 


1,755 


1,520 


157 


254,700 


246 


,700 


Lower East Coast /ire a 










- 




Broward (South) 


2,900 


2,500 


175 


436,300 


380. 


,500 


Collier (Trail) 


1,000 


' 850 


138 


117,200 


105. 


,000 


Dade 


9,750 


9,000 


157 


1,414,000 


1,353, 


,000 


Area Total 


13,350 


12,350 


159 


1,967,500 


1,833, 


500 


Everglades Area 














Glades 


50 


25 


60 


1,500 


I, 


,500 


Palm Beach (West) 


1,500 


750 


50 


37,500 


37. 


500 


Area Total 


1,550 


775 


' 50 


39,000 


39 , 


000 1 


■asc. Counties 


230 


130 


152 


24,250 


24. 


250 


State Total 


35,350 


30,400 


154 


4,673,000 


4,452. 


,000 



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TOMATOES 


- COH TY CAPLOT S 


HIPMEF 


TS (PAIL) BY 


MONTHS 


- SEASON 1945- 


1946 


County 


l' T ov : Dec: 


Jan : 


Feb: 


liar : 


Apr: 


May: 


June« 


Total : 


1944-45; 


Brevard 












1 




1 




Br award 


6 


36 


107 


402 


289 


3 




843 


1,048 


Collier 


2 






37 


100 


47 




186 


183 


Dade 


1 


29 


647 


1008 


216 


2 




1905 


2,347 


Duval 


















16 


Ear dee 










69 


19 




88 


35 


Hendry 


3 


7 


1 




25 


4 




40 


4 


Hillsborough 


4 37 


13 






54 


115 




223 


214 


Indian Piver 


58 70 


C 






103 


77 




310 


62 


Lake 












7 




7 




Lee 


. 14 


20 


7 










41 


51 


Manatee 


22 70 


41 






72 


107 




312 


514 


Mari on 












13 


4 


17 


8 


Okeechobee 


12 49 


4 






34 


ii 




110 


68 


Palm Beach 


9 


17 


21 


26 


22 


21 




116 


142 


Seminole 










1 






1 






112 269 


18 


2 


6 


432 


?40 




1079 




Sumter 












2 




2 


3 


TOTAL. 


208 530 


187 


785 


1479 


1417 


669 


4 


5279 


5,305 




CAPLOT SKIPMEF 


TS OF 


TOMATOES BY PAIL OR 


BOAT 







Season 


Oct: 


Fov : 


Dec : 


Jan : 


Feb: 


Mars 


Apr : 


May ; 


June : 


July: 


Total : 


1928-29 




104 


392 


586 


1235 


1539 


1971 


2036 


125 


- 


8038 


1929-30 




4 


47 


177 


638 


1379 


1437 


2584 


229 


- 


6495 


1930-31 




130 


400 


390 


457 


562 


494 


2499 


503 




5435 


1931-32 




35 


310 


559 


909 


1890 


1541 


1016 


24 




6284 


1932-53 




28 


308 


608 


105S 


1824 


1971 


398 


5 




6201 


1933-34 




27 


398 


768 


1114 


1955 


2057 


1342 


4*4 




7705 


1934-35 


4 


219 


314 


9 


16 


1119 


3732 


1748 


14 




7175 


1935-36 




75 


354 


249 


341 


961 


1008 


2918 


140 


3 


6049 


1936-37 


" 4 


176 


233 


555 


1117 


1351 


1306 


829 


57 




5628 


1937-38 




76 


214 


181 


1079 


3597 


4474 


2052 


6 




11679 


1938-39 




141 


317 


763 


1378. 


2211 


2556 


1381 


17 




8775 


1939-40 




65 


288 


334 


20 


1 


346 


3454 


743 




5251 


1940-41 




194 


597 


441 


336 


104 


112 


1663 


246 




3693 


1941-42 


7 


273 


340 


427 


568 


487 


600 


22 65 


168 




5135 


1942-43 


1 


290 


523 


492 


753 


362 


575 


1502 


72 




4370 


1943- 44 


\ 


205 


580 


575 


693 


1727 


615 


177 


19 




4592 


1944-45 




22 


111 


384 


1172 


1771 


1533 


312 






5305 


1945-46 




208 


530 


187 


785 


1479 


1417 


669 


4 




5279 




SHIPMENTS 


OF TOMATOES 


BY TIHJ.CK IF 


CAPLOT EQUIVALENTS 






1938-39 




104 


227 


444 


665 


065 


1384 


1415 


139 




5243 


1939-40 




155 


349 


254 


117 


151 


263 


1412 


934 




3635 


1940-41 




165 


416 


552 


396 


325 


251 


1256 


627 




3908 


1941-42 


5 


188 


326 


349 


370 


581 


601 


284 






2704 


1942-43 










Wot 


Available 










1943-44 


6 


110 


251 


' 414 


424 


795 


585 


521 


64 




3172 


1944-45 




44 


133 


366 


407 


595 


750 


451 


75 


5 


2826 • 


1945-46 




136 


238 


348 


400 


608 


933 


788 


98 




3549 



Note: Conversion Factors for 1938-39 to 1945-46 - 500 Packages 



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FATEK?tEL(MS 







- ACRES 


FOR HARVj 


:st - 


BY- C0UT 


TIES 1940- 


46 




C oun try 


1940 


1941 


1S42 




1945 


1944 


1945 


1946 


Alachua 


4,000 


3,500 


2,800 




900 


2,000 


4,000 


6,900 


Pradf ord 


150 


150 


100 




50 


100 


100 


125 


Brov:ar.d 


— 


— 


- 




- 


- 


100 


100 


Calhoun 




500 


500 




300 


700 


800 


250 


Charl otte 


100 




— 




- 


- 


- 


- 


C i trus 


50 




150 




100 


100 


100 


50 


001 nor 






- 




- 


- 


- 


100 


Columbia 


200 


200 


50 




50 


100 


100 


.300 


L)c So lo 


*" 








— 


- 


100 


300 


Dixie 


*• 




•* 




- 


- 


100 


175 


Gadsden 


100 


100 


50 




50 


50 


50 


- 


uiicnnsl; 


c ,<s00 


2 ,800 


3,000 




900 


2 ,200 


4,000 


6,200 


Hamilton 


600 


600 


200 




100 


250 


500 


200 


Hardee 


50 




50 




50 


50 


100 


100 


Hendry 


50 




100 




100 


50 


100 


100 


Hernando 






■~ 




— 


100 


50 


- 


Hi 11 sborough 


200 


200 


200 




100 


300 


300 


400 


Holmes' 


300 


300 


100 




100 


150 


200 


100 


Indian River 






~ 






- 


100 


100 


Jacks on 


2 ,800 


3,000 


2 ,000 


l 


,500 


2 ,500 


4,800 


2 ,400 


Jefferson 


750 


700 


400 




200 


800 


1,200 


3,400- 


Lai ayette 


1 bO 


i50 






— 


100 


200 


400 


Lake 


c ,500 


3 ,o00 


2 ,800 


2 


, 000 


4,500 


5,000 


6,100 


Lee 


50 




100 




100 


100 


150 


150 


Leon 


500 


300 


200 




100 


100 


100 


150 


Levy 


1 ,000 


600 


700 




200 


600 


1,200 


2,200 


Madison 


1 ,000 


1 ,000 


1 ,000 




500 


2,200 


3,000 


2 ,300 


Manatee 


— 








— 


— 


100 


150 


Marion 


600 


800 


1,000 




700 


2,000 


3,000 


5,300 


Orange. 


50 


— 


150 




150 


100 


100 


700 


Palm Beach 






— 




— 


— 


100 


100 


Pasco 


500 


400 


400 




200 


500 


500 


500 


Pinellas 


— 


— 


— 




" 


— 


— 


100 


Polk 


100 


100 


100 




100 


100 


150 


150 


Putnam 


100 


100 


100 




100 


100 


100 


125 


St. Lucie 


*" 


— 


50 




50 


50 


100 


100 


St. Johns 










— 


— 


50 


50 


Sarasota 




•• 






— 


— 


- 


50 


Sumter 


700 


800 


600 




500 


1 ,300 


2 ,100 


2,000 


Suv/annee 


3 , 600 


4,000 


4,000 


2 


,600 


3,400 


4,800 


4,200 


Tayl or 


~~ 




— 




— 


- 


- 50 


50 


Union 


200 


200 


100 




100 


100 


100 


75 


Volusia 


100 


100 


100 




100 


100 


50 


150 


"Walton 














200 


100 


Washington 


800 


900 


soo 




300 


600 


1,000 


400 


Other Counties 


200 


500 


300 




200 


100 


50 


100 


TOTAL 


23,500 


25,500 


22,000 


12 


,500 


25,500 


39,000 


47,000 



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■A?-.::. 1 ,0-3 - .:0??AGE, PRODUCT: Or AND VALUE - STATU SUMMARY 1930-37 to 1945-46 



Season 


Acre ere 


Yield 


Production 


bn:i 


t Value 


Total Value 


1936- 37 

1937- 38 

1938- 39 


19,500 
22,500 
22,600 


(r umber 


of ' T elons~) 




(1,000 Mel 


on s ) 


300 
310 
240 


a/5,850,000 
a/6,975,000 
5,424,000 




240.00 
150.00 
180.00 


1,310,000 

945,000 
975,000 


1939-40 


25,500 


290 


6,815,000 




175.00 


1,193,000 


1940-41 


25,500 


270 


6,885,000 




210.00 


1,446,000 


1941-42 


22,000 


325 


7,150,000 




225.00 


1,609,000 


1942-43 


12,500 


325 


4,062,000 




650.00 


2,640,000 


1943-44 


25,500 


305 


7,778,000 




655.00 


5,095,000 


1944-45 


39,000 


. 260 


10,140,000 




485.00 


4,918,000 


1945-46 


47,000 


225 


10,575,000 




525.00 


5,552,000 


a/ Incl 


udes some 


Quantities 


not harvested and e^c 


eluded 


in computing 


value - 



390,000 melons in 1936-37 and 675,000 melons in 1937-38 



FAT:/ F.rYLC 


FS - ACRiiAGS 


ATD PRODU 


CTIOP PY 


COUN IT 


3S AYE AREAS 


1946 


Coun ties 


: Acres 


ge 


• Yield 




Production 


and 




For 


: 




Total - 


Of Value 


Areas 


: planted : 


Harvest 


:IIelons 


: (For 


Harvest) : 


(Harvested) 


West Florida Area 














Calhoun 


600 


250 


100 




25,000 


25,000 


Gadsden 


50 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Holmes 


200 


100 


120 




12,000 


12,000 


Jacks can 


6,000 


2 ,400 


138 




450,000 


450,000 


T fal ton 


200 


100 


130 




15,000 


13,000 


" i a shin g ton 


1,000 


400 


125 




50,000 


50,000 


Area. Total 


8,050 


3,250 


167 




550,000 


550,000 


Live Oak Area 














Columbia 


400 


300 


160 




48,000 


48,000 


Hamilton 


250 


200 


160 




3 & y 0-00 


32,000 


Jeffdrson 


, 4,000 


3,400 


156 




530,000 


550,000 


Lafayette 


500 


' 400 


118 




47,000 


47,000 


Leon 


200 


150 


180 




27,000 


27,000 


i iadi s on 


2,800 


2,300 


160 




568,000 


368,000 


Suwannee 


5,000 


4,200 


258 


i'% 


,085,000 


1,085,000 


Tayl or 


50 


50 


120 




6 , 000 


6,000 


Area Total 


13,200 


11,000 


1 9 5 


c 


,143,000 


2,143,000 


Gainesville Ar e a 














Al achua 


8,000 


6,900 


145 


1 


,000,000 


1,000,000 


Bradford 


150 


125 


160 




20,000 


20,000 


Dixie- 


200 


175 


160 




28,000 


28,000 


Gilchrist 


7,100 


6,200 


157 




973,000 


973,000 


Lc vy 


2,500 


2,200 


225 




495,000 


495,000 


Marion (llorth) 


3,200 


2,700 


160 




432,000 


432,000 


Putnam 


150 


125 


160 




20,000 


20,000 


3t. Johns 


50 


50 


160 




8,000 


8,000 


Uni on 


100 


75 


160 




12,000 


12,000 


Volusia 


150 


150 


133 




20,000 


20,000 


Area Total 


21,600 


18,700 


161 


3 


,003,000 


3,008,000 



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CONTINUED FROH FAGE 73 



" ATE.TIELOFS 


- ACREAGE 


AFD PRODUCTIOi: 


BY 


COM TIES AND AREAS 


1946 


Counties 


Acre 


s-s e : 


Yiel 


d 


Production 


and . 




For : 






Total : 


Of Value 


Areas ; 


Planted 


: Harvest : 


? T elor. 


s * 


(For Harvest) • 


(Harvested) 


Lees burg Are?. 














Citrus 


50 


50 


340 




17,000 


17,000 




c± n r\r\ 

o,yuo 


6,100 


400 




2,440,000 


2,440,000 


; .arJ.Oxi ^ bOUT/fi.^ 


£ , fUL) 


2,600 


308 




800,000 


300,000 


Orange 


1,200 


700 


314 




220,000 


220,000 


Pasc o 


600 


500 


200 




100,000 


100,000 


Sumter 


2 ,600 


2,000 


365 




730,000 


730,000 


Area Total 


14,050 


11,950 


360 




4,307,000 


4,307,000 


South Florida Area 














Br o"'. r ard 


100 


100 


250 




25,000 


25,000 


Collier 


100 


100 


350 




35,000 


35,000 


DeSoto 


300 


300 


217 




65,000 


65,000 


Hardee 


100 


100 


220 




22,000 


22,000 


Hendry 


100 


• 100 


350 




35,000 


35,000 


Hillsborough 


600 


400 


312 




125,000 


125,000 


Indian .River 


100 


100 


250 




25,000 


25,000 


Lee 


150 


150 


440 




66,000 


66,000 


Manatee 


150 


150 


113 




17,000 


17,000 


Palm Peach 


1UU 


100 


240 




24,000 


24,000 


Pinel las 


l'JU 


100 


150 




15 ,000 


15 ,000 


IrOL K 


^ C A 


loO 


oof 




55,000 


55,000 






. 50 


240 




12,000 


12,000 


St. Lucie 


100 


100 


240 




24,000 


24,000 


Area Total 


2,500 


2,000 


2 72 




545,000 


545,000 


Other Counties 


100 


100 


220 




22,000 


22,000 


Stare Total 


59,500 


47,000 


225 




10,575,000 


10,575,000 



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^rgR.ELQHS -- COUHTY CARLQT SHm?j^T3_ UAjLLj_3Y MONTHS - ' SBASQN - 1946 



Apr; : l ay ; " June j July: Tots 1 : 1940 



JuacJaua 
Bay 




1 69 


473 






1 , UOO 


Bradford 




1 






A 


5 
o 


Citrus 




1 






1 


i n 

1 vj 


Collier 


1 








1 

X 


Columbia 




4 


39 




43 




DeSoto 


3 


20 






23 


? 


Di-xi e 


_ 


1 


13- : M 




14 


« 
u 


Gadsden 












1 

X 


Gil christ 


_ 


130 


678 




808 


1 ,083 


Hamilton 


_ 




27 


1 


28 


80 


Hillsborough 


_ 


110 


' ; ; 29- • 




139 


39 


Holjncg 


_ 


_ 




*> 




12 


Jackson 






317 


7 


.324 


1 , 3 74 


Jefferson 


- 




435 


17 


452 


421 


Lafayette 


_ 


_ 


_ 






32 


Lake 


6 


1,714 


2 3 2 




1,952 


1,181 


Lee 


_ 


mm 


2 




2 




Levy- 


_ 


[ ,87 


282 




369 


348 


Madison 


_ 




307 


7 


314 


616 


Tlari on 




' 639 


312 




951 


802 


Orange 




37 


4 • 




71 


13 


Pasco 




' 54 


19 




73 


39 


Pinellas 


_ 




5 




7 




Polk 


" mm 


11 


1 




12 


_ 


Putnam 


mm 


5 


9 


— 


14 


14 


Santa Rosa 




_ 




1 


1 


2 


Sumter 


_ 


379 


159 




538 


404 


Suwannee 




1 


610 


1 


612 


841 


Tayl or 












7 


"Volusia 




11 


o 




20 


7 


'Washington 


_ 


_ 


24 


1 


25 


140 


TO TAJ . 


' 10 


3,406 


3,989 


55 


7 , 440 


8,534 




CARLOT' SHIP 7 


UUfTS OF T 


/ATERJ GJLCFS BY 


RAIL 02 E0AT 






Season 


Aor : 


May; 


June ; 


July • 


Aug; 


Total 


1928-29 


36 


3,355 


6,982 


106 




10,479 


1929-30 




281 


6,724 


1,669 


8 


8,682 


1930-31 




1 


7,871 


1 , 649 


40 


9,561 


1931-32 


2 


659 


4,298 


404 


1 


5,364 


1932-33 




1,587 


2,483 


167 


1 


4,241 


1933-54 




303 


3,244 


315 




3,862 


1934-35 


1 


1,136 


4,512 


186 


1 


5,836 


1935-36 




106 


3 , 438 


461 


2 


4,007 


1936-37 


_ 


424 


3,290 


1,279 


5 


4,993 


1937-38 


1 


1,537 


3,926 


186 


_ 


5,650 


1938-39 




1,297 


2,070 


61 




3,428 


1939-40 




19 


3 ,565 


1,347 


2 


4,933 


1940-41 




22 


4,502 


504 


_ 


5,028 


1941-42 




57 


5,096 


496 


- 


5,649 


1942-43 




261 


2,905 


Oft A 

6c 'J 


1 


3,487 


1943-44 




1,428 


4,453 


493. 


2 


6,376 


1944-45 


2 


1,345 


6,866 


321 




8,534 


1945- 4 S 


10 


3,406 


3,989 


35 




7,440 



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ship; tts 



Season 



OF "'AERI 
Apr : 



"XONS EY TRUCK IN CARLO T EC^IVALENTS 



lay 



June 



Julvs 



Aug i 



Total 



1938- 
X t> C' 9 " 
1940- 
1941- 
1942- 
1943- 
1944- 
1945- 

a/ I 
Note : 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



190 
2 
2 



92 
84 
861 



795 
821 
807 
Not 
Not 
475 
570 
1,473 



167 
Available 
Available 



200 



tinated from June 15 to' July 31 (June 15-30: 500) 
Conversion Factors for 1938-39 to 1945-46 - 1,000 Melons 



989 
823 
976 



567 
654 
2,538 



T [USD VEGl 


tael: 


3s - 


COLT ' 


IY CARLO T SHIP? II 


21 TS (RAIL) 


BY MO 


NTHS - 


SEASON 1945- 


1946 


County 


Oct; 


Nov; 


Dec 


: Jan : 


Feb- 


!Iar ; 


Apr: 


ITav : 


June : 


July- 


Aug ; 


Total: 


l r\ A A A f~ 

1944-45 


Alachua 








_ 


5 


12 


35 


84 


27 


10 




173 


152 


Brovmrd 




ni 


277 


471 


557 


634 


275 


27 


— 






2352 


2595 


Collier 








— 








— 










1 


Dade 






1 




10 


8 


3 


1 




Mi 




23 


435 


Duval 




— 


— 




— 




_ 


m 


tm 


*" 






7 


Gilchrist 






— 




_ 


_ 


1 




*? 




_ 


1 




Hardee 


23 


72 


10 


7 


1 


1 


25 


3 






_ 


147 


63 


Hendry 
Highlands 


— 




wm 


2 

4 


21 




4 


1 








6 
26 


Q 
O 

32 


Hi 11 sb or o 


7 


17 


9 


28 


7 


3 


187 


189 


60 


2 




509 


465 


Lake 












2 


3 


4 








9 


6 


Lee 


1 


62 


37 


45 


20 


22 


8 


p 








197 


235 


Manatee 




23 


28 


40 


16 


4 


1 


1 








113 


136 


Marion 


30 








1 


79 


82 


89 


16 






336 


274 


Tr artin 












1 




1 








2 


3 


Orange 


2 


16 


70 


89 


79 


73 


45 


21 


1 






396 


208 


Palm Beach 


2 


69 


156 


'408 


408 


440 


344 


90 


2 






1919 


1385 


Putnam 


























5 


St. Johns 












2 


2 










4 


48 


St. Lucie ■ 




7 


5 


Z 


1 


1 












• 16 


20 


Sarasota 


1 




2 


6 


' 3 


1 


8 


C 








23 


8 


Seminole 




44 


152 


163 


62 


108 


136 


204 


64 






933 


724 


Sumter 




v 3 










20 


43 


7 






73 


76 


Uni on 
















5 








5 




Pick-up Cars 


5 


30 


137 


1 c, o 


108 


136 


146 


153 


130 


156 


107 


1231 


1124 


TOTAL 


76 


493 


. 884 


1388 


1299 


1527 


1325 


920 


307 


168 


107 


8494 


8010 



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CARLO T SHIPMENTS OP HEXED V13G23IAELES BY RAIL OR BOAT 



Season 


Sep; 


Oct; 


K V ; 


Dec : 


Jan 


. peb : 


I ar : 


A.P r ; 


Mav 1 


.Tim < - • 


Tnl ■ 


Aug J 


1 V I'd- J_ J 


1928-29 




2 


75 


214 


534 


249 


458 


513 


407 


21 4 

w J. 


kJ\J 






1929-30 




18 


339 


391 


412 


376 


454 


418 


658 


35P 




-.0 


O UO U 


1930-31 


59 


216 


568 


547 


433 


449 


451 


508. 


K p 7 


337 


130 


41 




1931-32 


29 


65 


258 


497 


497 


471 


403 


415 


458 


280 


97 


77 


3547 


1932-33 


93 


132 


257 


402 


613 


756 


789 


513 


386 


275 


123 


101 


AA40 


1933-34 


93 


117 


222 


489 


607 


570 


655 


525 


533 


207 


54 




409? 


1934-35 


3 


42 


278 


319 




511 


870 


644 


427 


211 


88 


70 


o l-o ^ 


1935-36 


58 


84 


241 


314 


369 


509 


601 


600. 


498 


244 


128 


69 


3715 


1936-37 


76 


127 


293 


564 


653 


472 


578 


473 


408 


226 


73 


53 


3996 


1937-38 


47 


65. 


216 


364 


490 


793 


1053 


720 


350 


131 


51 


29 


4509 


1936-39 


26 


49 


294 


472 


703 


591 


495 


441 


219 


72 


23 


16 


3401 


1939-40 


5 


25 


117 


331 


369 


184 


224 


316 


254 


113 


52 


6 


1999 


1940-41 




10 


124 


264 


250 


198 


230 


284 


287 


167 


35 


23 


1872 


1941-42 


25 


34 


91 


372 


442 


398 


538 


337 


479 


151 


41 


29 


2737 


1942-43 


• ,'<■: 29 


60 


263 


544 


822 


665 


581 


676 


958 


333 


119 


76 


5126 


1943-44 


53 


112 


277 


795 


1031 


1439 


1310 


969 , 


735 


248 


90 


74 


7133 


1944-45 


68 


127 


181 


464 


1417 


1527 


1614 


1445 


783 


240 


94 


50 


8010 


1945-46 




76 


493 


884 


1388 


1299 


1527 


1325 


920 


307 


168 


107 


8494 


The carlo 


t shipmen 


ts shown 


a s mi 


xed vegetables 


are t 


hose 


cars : 


h which 


the 


load i 


mixed to 


the exten 


t the 


it no 


one 


commodity 


constitutes 90 


percer 


t of the entire lo 




SELFMM1 


S OF 


MIXS 


D VEGETABLES BY TRUCK IF 


CARLO T E'Ttt 


VALES TS 






1938-39 






n 
c 


31 


73 


54 


42 


28 


159 


46 


23 




458 


1939-40 






10 


50 


68 


95 


169 


39 


136 


147 






714 


1940-41 




1 


15 


71 


77 


97 


162 


69 


10 


3 






505 


1941-42 






16 


52 


132 


193 


157 


35 


A 








589 


1942-43 












Hot 


Available 












1945-44 




1 


6 


38 


86 


90 


71 


37 


26 


6 






361 


1944-45 


5 


15 


58 


48 


139 


194 


127 


177 


300 


118 


15 


1 


1197 


1945-46 


7 


38 


77 


60 


193 


213 


209 


315 


809 


207 


16 




2144 



The truck shipments classified as mixed vegetables are those which have not been 
sho.vn in previous tables, and consist mainly of such minor crops as snuash, sweat 
corn, field, peas, carrots, beets, etc. 



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CCUTTY AC Z AGES OF COISTODITIES BY SEASONS 



ALACHUA COU1JTY 



oiniuOQX uy 




1 370 /, a 

i y o.y - 4U 


1 y*fcU-»*fcl 


1 r% a n Mrs 


1942-4o 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Lima Beans 




I , DUO 


1,000 


1 ,o50 


1 ,400 


1 ,000 


1 ,100 


1,270 


snap cesns 




q aa 
OUU 


1 , 000 


i ,100 


1 ,050 


950 


800 


1,550 


OP.DDE.gG 




a a 

800 


100 


2o0 


100 


400 


400 


200 


Cantal oups 












— 


100 


130 


Celery 






100 


135 


100 


100 


150 


135 






1 son 


1 , UUU 


yuu 




t *"> a a 
1 , cUO 


c ,000 


2 ,325 


v ggplant 




75 


200 


200 


125 


150 


150 


125 


Lettuce 




100 


50 


75 


50 


- 


- 


40 


Green Peas 






200 


300 


100 


100 


200 


150 


Peppers 




<sou 


a a 

c00 


200 


200 


300 


600 


400 


potatoes 




1,200 


1,200 


1,600 


1,800 


1,800 


2,000 


2,100 


Tomatoes 




200 


200 


200 


200 


100 


75 


25 


S iP.te me Ion s 




A AAA 

4, UUU 


3,500 


2,800 


900 


2 ,000 


4,000 


6,900 


mA m A T ■ n — 


O-'OPS 




9,100 


9,110 


6,925 


8,100 


11 ,575 


15,350 








E 


AKKR C01TTY 








onuriocil Tyy 




13 O V" 'iU 


1940-41" 


"TS41-42 


1942-43 


1 CI A 'Z A A 

iy4o-44 


T O A A A CZ 

iy44-4o 


1 A A C AC 

lb 40-45 


Pot at oe s 










100 














BRADFORD COUN TY 








UOmmOQl cy 




xboy-4u 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1 ri / 7 A A 

li-4o-44 


T ft A A A C 

1 s 44-4-0 


1 ft A C A C 

1945-40 


Lirn.a i$e ctfx s 




<^uu 


500 


500 


300 


*i f\ a 
oUU 


1 AA 

luu 


O ^A 


snap .toans 




cUU 


250 


400 


250 


K A 

cOU 




10U 


(""abb? p*a 








100 


50 


X kJ\J 




1 00 


Cantaloups 




- 








50 


25 


50 


Cucumbers 




200 


200 


200 


200 


150 


150 


200 


Peppers 












DU 


A A 
4U 


CA 

OU 






Ci \J\J 


200 


150 


150 


1 & 


1 no 


l no 

X V^J 


Strav/berri es 




ybO 


1,000 


500 


300 


1 c 
I t;o 


O AA 

cOO 


c; 
i<cO 


Tomatoes 










125 


150 


T AA 
100 


£-5 


atcrr»ol ons 




T c;a 

1 DU 


150 


100 


50 


1 AA 
I UU 


T AA 
i UU 






OJxLMro 


1 q aa 


2,300 


1,750 


1,425 


X ,oUU 


t non 


1 COR 

1 , c y 








BB 


EVARD COUP 


TY 








Commodity 




1939-40 


1940-41 


IT 41- 42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cabbage 












200 


50 


50 


Celery 








15 










Eggplant 












20 






Tomatoes 




500 


500 


250 


100 


350 


200 


150 


TOTAL ABOVE 


CHOPS 


500 


500 


2 65 


100 


570 


250 


200 



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C CUTTY 


ACREAGES 


-OF COT'CiT 


TIES BY 


SFAS0E3 










BEG - ARD COO 


J.>. I j. 








Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1341-4-2 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-4-5 


1945-46 


Lima Beans 


300 


300 


300 


300 


100 


150 


150 


Snap Beans 


12,800 


19,500 


17,500 


12,800 


20,500 


19,800 


20,200 


Cabbage . 


100 


100 


tig 1 - * 


' - 


400 


250 


40 


Cue limbers 


- 


100 


400 


200 


400 


400 


450 


Eggplant 


100 


100 


125 


225 


500 


4-75 


475 


Peppers 


1,000 


2,300- 


1,100 • 


2,150 


2,500 


3,000 


2,575 


Potatoes.. 


400 


- ' 350 


•400 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Tomatoes 


2,250 


1,600 


4,000 


1,500 


5,000 


5,000 


2,900 


Tate melons 












100 


100 


TOTAL ABOVE CHOPS 


13,950 


24,650 


23,825 


17,175 


29,400 


29,175 


26,890 



Commodity 
Cucumbers 
" atermel ons 



TOTAL -.ABOVE CEOPS 



Commodity 
Cucumbers 
Eggplant 
Tomatoes ■ .. 
E ate melons 
TOTAL ABOVE CHOPS 



CAT TOT" C PETTY 

1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-4 5 1 945-44 1 944- 45 1945-46 

_ „ _ YOO " 500 "200 

500 500 300 700 800 250 



500 500 300 

CHARLOTTE COUETY 



800 



1,300 



450 



1939-40 1940-41 194 1-42 l 9 ^;^ 194 5-44 1944-45 1 945-43 
_ __ „_ _ 



50 
20 
200. 
100 
370 



20 
100 

120" 



150 
200" 



100 



100 



100 



100 



Commodity 
Eatermelons 



Commodity 
Cabbage 
Peppers 
Potatoes 
Stra; /berries 



TOTAL ABOVE CEOPS 



CITRUS COUETY 

1939-4-0 1940-41" 1941-42 1942-4-3 1943-4-4 194-4-45 1945-46 



50 



1939-40- 1940-41 



"150 
CLAY COUETY 



100 



100 



100 



50 



25 
50 
50 



100 



12! 



100 



)4l_-42_ 

100 

""Too" 



194-2-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 

200 



100 



100 



300 
150 



300 
100 



450 



400 



100 



300 



Commodity 
Lima Bean's 
Cucumbers 
Eggplant 

Peppers . 
Potatoes 
Tomatoes 
'• .atermel ons 
TOTAL ABOVE- CROPS 



COLLIER COUETY 

1939-40 1940-41 F941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 



400 
25 



1,100 



100 



!00 



150 



2,175 



225 



900 



50 
200 

25 
50 
600 



1,525 



500-- 2,325 



1,125 



925 



150 
25 

50 
1,175 



1,400 



150 



1,240 
100 



1,490 



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COUNTY 


ACREAGES 


OF COMMODITIES BY 


SSASC'NS 










COLOMBIA COUNTY 








Commodity 


1959-40 


1940-41 


19*1-42 1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cabbage 


- 






200 


200 


50 


C\y oufiib p t 1 

\J W \J lAi. L U \-r X O 










CO 




Vatermel ons 


200 


200 


50 50 


100 


100 


300 


TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


200 


200 


50 50 , 


300, 


325 


350 






DADE C0LTTY 








Commodity 


1939-40' 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942-4c 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Lima Beans 


100 


100 


100 ' 150 


150 


150 


150 


Snap Beans 


950 


2,700 " 


5,500 ' 4,100 ' 


4,500 


3,000 


3,100 


Cabbage 


200 


200 


200 200 


500 


350 


300 


Carrots 


- 








20 


20 


Cucumbers 


- 






50 


_ 


— 


Eggplant 


25 




50 


_ 




_ 


Lettuce 


• 75 


150 


200 " 50 


50 


m 


25 


Peppers 


- 






- 


- 


25 


Potatoes 


6,000 


3,000 


4,800 5,100 


6,000 


6,550 


6,770 


Q 4- y» v y» 1 no 

o U a tl utl I a. (Jo 




150 




100 


T AA 
100 


150 


Tomatoes 


• 3,500 


6,000 


12,500 4,400 


12,000 


13,000 


8,950 


TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


11,000 


15,300 


23,300 14,050 


23,350 


23,170 


19,490 






DeSOTO COUNTY 








Commodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46" 


Snap Beans 


50 






_ 


_ 


_ 


Cabbage 


- 






100 


50 


- 


Cucumbers 


- 






- 


50 


100 


Lettuce • 


25 


75 


100 


m 




- 


Peppers 


- 


100 


50 50 


25 


25 


- 


Potatoes 


200 


250 


200 150 


100 


100 


100 


Strav/berries 


50 












i OITlcl LOGo 


i. c o 


100 


100 225 


c o\> 


IOC 
LCD 


LID 


' "ate rme Ions 










100 


300 


TOTAL- ABOVE CROPS 


450 


525 


450 425 


475 


450 


675 






di: 


HE COUNTY 








Commodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


"' r ate melons 


- 






- 


100 


175 






DUVAL COLT TY 








C ommodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cabbage 


- 






250 


200 


100 






ESCA 


T BIA COUNTY 








Commodity 


1939-40 


IS 40-41 


1941-42 1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 


- 








- 


230 


Cabbage 


- 






100 


" " 100 


100 


Potatoes 


700 


1,350 


1 ,000 800 


900 


900 


1,100 


Strav/berries 


50 












TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


750 


1,350 


1,000 800 


1,000 


1,000 


1,430 



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oop t: acpjeages of co-todities by seasons 



Commo dity 
Cabbage - " 



l G 59-40 

~T7ooo 



FLAGLE R COUNTY 
1940-41 a94I-*42 "1942-43 
500 ""T,2":~ 500 



1943-44 
1,000 



1944-45 
700 



19 45-46 
300" 



Cucumbers 










100 


Green Peas 










50 


Potatoes 


2,000 


2,100 2, TOO 2,300 


2 300 




9 inn 


TOTAL- /:P0V" r ' ^HOFS 


" 3; 000 


2,(Jb0"'-- 3,300 2,32 5 


"" ' 3,300 


' 2/700 


3 , 2 50 






GADSDELJ COUNTY 








Commodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 1941-42" 1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 


400' 


" 400 400 500 


" 1 300' 


200" 


Tso" 

-■r ■ J W 


Cabbage 






POO 


1 on 


ou 


T-'ater;.ielons 


100 


100 50 50 


50 


50 




TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


500 


500 ' 450" 550' 


550 


35'0 


" 500' 






G T LCT T RTST OOI-'TY 








Gomnodi tv 


1939-40 


1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 


X *J x \J — X j. 




1 O 4 h - 4 £ 
X ». 1 — — O 


■ e'pplant 

OOil 








100 


* 50 


ato melons 


2 ,200 


2,80Q 3,000 900 


2 200 


4 000 




TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


" 2,200 


2,500 3,000 900 


2,200 


4,100 


6,250 






GLADES COUNTY 








C ornnodi ty 


1959-40 


1 9 40- 4] 1 9 41 - 42 . 1942- 43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


19 45-46 


Snap Peans 


200 


200 200 250 


350 


250 


50 


Cabbage 


100 


200 400 250 


1 ,000 


350 


550 


Lettuc e 




550 375 


400 


300 


320 


Tomatoes 




250 


200 




25 


TO TAT, ABOVR CROPS 


' 300" 


.... 40Q ljl50 ■ " l3l25 ' 


1,950 


900 " 


945 






EAT ILL TON COUNTY 








" / U 1 j I- L w V-L _L L, y 


1 939-3-0 


1 q 40- - 1 "l 9 4 1 - • - P 1 9 4? - ^3 


1943-44 


1 944-45 


1 945-46 








100 


100 


' 50 


poyi -J-p "] i t-\ q 

O Clli L»C. X OUI.'O 


300 


'300 300 300 


200 


75 


130 


w v-* '. x vj 






100 


400 


500 


: . I i:Lw J_ Oil o 




600 200 1 00 


250 


500 


200 


to tit" &P-0VE CROPS' ' 


' 900 


200 " " 500 400 


" 650 


" 1,07$ 


880 






XT A ~3TY' V P OTTO TV 










1 Q^Q-,4.0 


1Q/0-4"! lQ4-i_4.P iQ^ip.AS 


X -J x j. -1- 


l 944-45 


1 945-46 


OI 1 C. U Jj s.- CU.A o 


Ab 




200 


" ' ' "50 


'*" 40 


Ca.bfcs.ge 




200 100 


150 


50 


50 


Cu cuxftbc vs 


1 , 600 


1,300 1,700 1,150 


600 


825 


1 ,180 


Eggplant ■' 


185 


150 550 150 


175 


100 


200 


Peppers 


375 


450 500 300 


500 


225 


300 


Potatoes 




50 ' - 150 


100 


100 


50 


Strawberries 


700 


900 650 400 


150 


200 


200 


Tomatoes 


1,500 


1,500 2,200 1,850 


1,000 


1,025 


2,025 


atermel ons 


50 


50 50 


' 50 


100 


100 


TOTAL AB0VA CROPS 


4,450 " 


4,350 5,650 4,350 


' 2,725"" 


2 , 675 


4,145 



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COUNTY 


ACREAGES 


OF COmODITIES BY 


SEASONS 










HENDRY COT] 


NTY 








Commodity 


1939-40. 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


■ 1945-46 


Snap Beans 


400 


400. 


400 


350 


50 


150 


210 


Cabbage 


500 


400 


300 


200 


300 


50 


50 


Cuoumbers - ' - - 


• ". ■ 100 


• 200 


150 


" 175 


100 


25 


100 


Lettuce 


- 


250 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Peppers 










25 


** 




Tomatoes 


1,100 


500 


500 


500 


400 






"-atormelons 


50 




100 


100 


50 


100 


100 


TOTAL ABOVE CHOPS 


2,150 


1,750 


1,450 


1,325 


925 


325 


460 






HERNANDO COUNTY 








Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Eeans 


250 


100 


500 


400 


150 


150 


140 


Eggplant 


20 








- 


50 


25 


Peppers 


25 












m 


Strawberries 


50 














Wa term el ons 










100 


50 


- 


TOTAL ABOVE CHOPS 


• 345 


100 


500 


400 


250 


250 


165 






HIGHLANDS COUNTY 








Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Lima Beans 


150 


• 100 


150 


■ 50 


100 


- 


- 


Snap Beans 


300 


300 


300 


oUU 


900 


550 


230 


Cabbage 


— 








100 


100 


25 


Carrots 


— 










20 


25 


Cucumbers 


- 








50 


50 


— 


Eggplant 


25 








— 


25 


m 


Lettuce 


— 


25 






— 






Peas 














100 


Potatoes , " 








150 


50 


200 


80 


Strawberries 


25 










- 




TOTAL ABO"'"] CROPS 


500 


425 


450 


1,000 


1,200 


945 


460 






■ HILLSBOROUGH 


COUNTY 








Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-43 


Lima Beans 


- 




Too 


100 


100 


100 


150 


Snap Beans 


1,100 


1,000 


1,100 


750 


850 


250 


1,200 


Cabbage 


;: 50 




500 


350 


700 


450 


500 


Cauliflower 


- 








~ 


200 


240 


Cucumbers 


250 


400 


400 


125 


375 


475 


730 


Eggplant 


50 




100 


100 


425 


350 


500 


Lettuce 


- 






250 


150 


175 


240 


Green Peas 


- 








100 


200 


325 


Peppers 


625 


800 


1,000 


800 


1,225 


1,850 


2,725 


Potatoes 


200 


200 


300 


250 


200 


400 


530 


Strawberries 


3 ,100 


1 , 500 


2,100 


1,000 


600 


1 ,100 


1 ,700 


Tomatoes 


1,500 


1,500 


2,000 


1,850 


1 ,850 


1,250 


1,475 


Watermelons 


200 


• 200 


■ 200 


- 100 


300 


300 


400 


TOTAL A^OVS CROPS 


7,075 


5,600 


7,800 


5,675 


6,87S 


7,100 


16,715 



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COUNTY ACREAGES OF COilMODI TIES BY SEASONS 



Commodity 
Potatoes'" 
.atemel ons 



1?S 9- 40 



;oo 



hok::s county 

194 0-41 1941-42 1942-43 

- loo" 100 

300 100 100 



1947-44 

Too 

150 



1944-45 
150 



1945-46 
"140 



TOTAL APOVE CP0PS 


300 


" 300 


200 


200 


250 


350 


240 






INDIAN 


■P T YF!P fJOTTFTY 










Corantoda ty 


1039-40 


1940-41 


1941-42" 1942 


-43 


1943_44 


1 q44_4.5 




Lima Beans 




50 












Snap Boons 


250 


300 


100 


100 


50 






Cabbage 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


50 


- 


Cucumbers 


100 


100 


100 


75 


100 


— 




Eggplant 


: 25 








25 




25 


Poppers 


25 


100 






40 




25 


Potatoes 


100 














Strawberries 


25 














Tomatoes 


800 


600 


900 


600 


900 


575 


220 


Paterae Ions 








- 


- 


100 


100 


TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


1,325 


1,150 


1,100 


775 


1,165 


725 


370 






JACKSON COUNTY 










Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942 


-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cantaloups 








_ 




_ 


90 


Cucumbers 


100 


100 


100 


_ 




100 


300 


.ate melons 


2,800 


3,000 


2 ;000 1 , 


500 


2,500 


4,800 


2,400 


TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


2 ,900 


3,100 


2,100 1, 


500 


2 ,500 


4, 900 


2 , 790 






JEFFER30: r COUNTY 










Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942 


-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 














50 


Potatoes 


100 














™*ate rmel ons 


750 


700 


400 


200 


' .800 


1 ,200 


3 , 400 


TOTAI ABOV. • CROPS 


350 


700 


, - 400 


200 


GOO 


1,200 


3,^50 






LAFAYETTE COUNTY 










Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41 


"1941-^2""' 1942 


-45 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Watermelons 


150 


150 







100 


200 


" "400 






LAKE COUNTY 










Commodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942 


-43 


1943-44 


1944-4-5 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 


100 


200 


- "200 


300 


400" 


550 


140 


Cabbage 


600 


300 


400 


300 


600 


300 


150 


Carrots 












100 




Celery 






100 


50 


225 


350 


800 


Cucumbers 


100 


100 


100 


100 


200 


200 


345 


iggpi ant 










80 


100 


50 


Escarole 














25 


Lettuce 




25 










20 


Peppers 












100 


150 


Potatoes 








100 




50 





Tomatoes 
Watermelons 
TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 



1,000 
2 , 500 



500 
3,500 
'4,<325 



500 
2,800 
4', 10~ 



550 
2,000 



550 
4 , 500 
6,555 



5 , 000 
"67375" 



6,100 
' r ' , ' 5 



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COUNTY ACREAGES OF COMMODITIES EY SEASONS 







L 


EE COUNTY 










Commodity 


193.9-40 


1940-41" 


'~194l^42~' 


1942-45 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cucumbers" 


300 


500" 


~ 650 


500 


350 


300 


400 


Eggplant 


280 


500 


500 


400 


500 


375 


325 


Peppers 


600 


400 


400 ' 


300 


500 


375 


" 550 


Potatoes 


850 


850 


1,000 


1,500 


1,400 


1,200 


1,360 


Tomatoes 


700 


900 


800 


550 


1,100 


450 


640 


atermelons 


50 




100 


■' 100 


100 


150 


150 


TOTAL ABOVE "CROPS 


2,780 


3,150 


5,450 


3,350 


. 3,950 


2,850 


3,425 



LEON COUNTY 



\j ornmoai ty 




iy oy-4u 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


194c>-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


E'atermeiohs 




300 


300 


"200 


100 


100 


100 


150 








LEVY COUNTY 










Kj ommou.i cy 




x y o y— 'tvi 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1 t\ A ■B A A 

1943-44 


~\ f\ A A AC 

1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 




400 


300 


■ 300 


150 


100 


100 


50 


Cabbage 




100 




100 


50 


100 


100 


50 


Cantaloups 




— 








— 


100 


90 


Cucumbers 




350 


150 


150 




50 


100 


170 


7 to rme Ions 




1 , 000 


600 


700 


200 


600 


1 ,200 


2 ,200 


TO TAX.- ABOVE 


CROPS 


1,850 


1,050 


1,250 


400 


850 


1,600 


2,560 








MADISON COUNTY 








Commodi ty 




1939- 40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cucumbers 




— 








— 


25 


— 


E r ate rme Ions 




1 ,000 


1,000 


1,000 


500 


2,200 


3,000 


2,300 


TO TAJ, ABOVE 


CROPS 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


500 


2,200 


3,025 


2,300 








V-AMA 


TEE COUNTY 








Commodity 




1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 




100 


"loo 


100 


350 


100 


250 


450 


Cabbage 




600 


600 


1,000 


600 


800 


1,000 


300 


Celery 




400 


350 


350 


325 


200 


100 


100 


Cucumbers 




350 


800 


850 


125 


375 


100 


730 


Eggplant 




215 


. 150 


350 


250 


375 


150 


375 


Es carol e 




500 


250 


GOO 


450 


600 


475 


300 


Lettuce 




750 


625 


1,500 


675 


475 


175 


165 


Green Peas 














150 


50 


Peppers 




725 


. 400 


550 


250 


400 


150 


450 


Potatoes 




100 


100 


100 


200 


50 


100 


50 


Strawberries 




200 


200 


200 


100 


25 


25 




Tomatoes 




4,150 


3,900 


6,000 


4,400 


2,550 


2,225 


2,400 


" ate melons 














100 


150 


TOTAL ABOVE 


CROPS 


8,090 


7,475 


11,100 


7,725 


6,050 


5,000 


5,520 



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COU^ TY 


ACREAGES 


OF CO'P 'CDTTI ,S BY 
















riARIOIJ C0l m TY 








Commodity 






1959-40 


1940-41' 




.L ..'*x\ '— '±\. 


J. J t; -±— *i0 


1 A C AC 


Lime, Pcans 






~~~ "~150" 


ioo" 


» " i"hp inn 

X w\_- xww 




^tww 


/ UU 


Snap Beans • 






2 ,000 


2 ,000 


1 600 1 1 00 

X j WWW x • X w w 


UUU 


OUU 


oU'J 


Cabbage 






700 


100 


250 i nn 

to w w x w w 




OUU 


oOO 


Cantal oups 






100 


100 


100 50 


C JU 


1 JU 




Cel ory 






200 


300 


300 2 30 

W W W tj w w 




CvU 




Cue umbers 






soo 


950 


950 600 

v> v» W W W 


low 




ooU 


Egg pi .ant 






190 


300 


300 1 00 

www xww 


C o w 


1 or, 


T CIO 

1 yw 


/.sec. role 










50 

w w 




OU 


1 u 


Le ttuce 






100 


• 250 


175 • 125 


S73 


C WW 




Green peas 








• _ 


• 200 




i no 

1 uu 


( 


Peppers 






225 


250 


200 - 200 


1 RO 


x c w 


J. i, J 


Potatoes 
















100 


Tomatoes 






2,900 


1,000 


1,000 500 


500 


450 


.950 


.atermelons 






600 


800 


"1 000 700 

•i- j WWW f WW 


2,000 


3,000 


5,300 


TO TAT A B OY' ! 


c 


POPS 

l WJ W 


7,765 


6,150 


6.225 4 1 73 


O 9 *J WW 


D , U C \J 


Q 7 Oil 










Ml 


IRTIl'T C0UN.TY 








n o inm o d i "fcv 






1 959-40 


1 94-0- 41" 


194-1-4-2 194-2-43 




1 Qz) /_ AR 


1 4 k _ 

X *y *1 »J — j: 


Lima Posns 






• 200 


"~ 200" 


150 50 


1 30 

X "Jw 


1 30 

X U w 


o w w 


S n a p B g an s 






. 800 


4-00 


300 • 500 


• 700 

( WW 


600 

www 


340 


Cables n*p 






350 


100 


100 50 


300 


50 

w w 


1 00 

X WW 


Celerv 

w>.- .l _y 








100 


100 








Cucumbers 






300 


200 


100 25 


50 


25 


50 


pIf p*Ti1 ant 










75 




75 


275 


Peppers 






50 




50 150 


250 


135 


150 


Potatoes 






100 




50 




50 


250 


Tomatoes 






500 


850 


] 200 1 75 

J y '-- VJ w x ' w 


350 


250 


495 


T.'V'PAT APOV" 


n 

w. 


. ..WJ o 


? 300 

(—> y WWW 


1,850 


2,000 1,075 


1 ,300 


1 , 535 


2 ,010 










OK32 


icvoum COUNTY 








Commodity 






1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Eeans 






300 


300" 


3007 250 


To 






Cabbage 








— 


100 






_ 


Tomatoes 






100 


- 


200 


- 


- 


- 


TO TAJ A~OV. 


C 


JOPS 


400 


300 


600 2 50 


50 


- 


— 










* "01 


?A1 T G"; (iCS&ff't^ 








PnTni.Tnd"! "f-v 

W WiiXHW ^ IX v>V 






X W W «7 -!T W 


1940-41" 


jQ/i. l l_4.'3 1942-43 


X C W a. j. 


1 QA4_45 


1945-46 


Qy-'Q r, F;n ,n vi c 

O J- LCI j iw Clio 






ASO 


450 


350 700 


730 

/WW 


TTvT 

JL WW 


150 


W O. lw* LJ f*^ W 






1 000 

X , WW W 


BOO 

WWW 


000 500 

W WW W W v > 


1 ,100 


800 


C50 


f* ci v» r» r\ +• o 

w i l W U o 














500 


730 


W w X W X V 








i. w \* 


190 195 

X C W X %J xJ 


325 


950 


1 ,165 


4*' 1 1 r* i ivn"K o y* o 






G -J W 


9 SO 

w ' J w 


1 000 750 

X j WWW ( WW 


200 

Cj WW 


150 


3 60 


Ti r* iw> 1 q /\ t 

uggpiam; 








20 




1 23 

X C xj 


25 


50 


Xjo w ui Olt 






1 JU 


1 50 

X w \-f 


150 150 


1 75 

X l W 


225 


110 


Lt L- U U w w 






<J u 


X ww 




25 


25 


' 180 


w J. o uii •. w c, o 












50 


50 


50 


j. w L< , Jw I o 






300 


4-50 


350 400 


425 


75 


500 


T"j) /~\ "T- O r~ f> O 










100 


400 


SCO 


24-0 


C L>I Ct'. . Uti I X w u 






1 50 

X WW 


150 


150 75 


25 


25 




Tomatoes 






200 


200 


200 250 


225 


75 


25 


' .ate melons 






50 




150 150 


100 


100 


700 


TOTAL AB07 ; 


c; 


.;OPS 


2,920 


3,420 


3,540 3,270 


3,925 


3 , 400 


4,710 








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COUNTY ACREAGES OF COTiNODI TIBS BY SEASONS 



OSCEOLA COUNTY 



Comnodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 


50 


- 






50 


- 


- 


Cabbage 










100 


50 


50 


Cucumbers 








25 




— 


- 


St ravberri es 


o c 
CD 












— 


iv-lAL A/.uv._, l.-.'Jrh 


(0 






25 


150 


50 


50 






PAL-1 


BEACH COUNTY 








L ommodi ty 


T n a a 


T A A A /ll 

1940-41 


194I-4£- 


1 y42-4o 


194o-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Lima Beans 


1 o A A 
1 , oOO 


T jinn 

o,400 


c , uuu 


9 ^nn 

c , OUU 


1 ,950 


2 ,200 


3,020 


oi-.ap cCc.ns 


o n o aa 
C ( , QUI) 


•21 CAA 

Ol , bOO 


34,000 


43,600 


64,000 


52 ,10u 


48 , 800 


ua.DQa.go 


c a aa 
O ,UUU 


n c A A 

2 ,b00 


3,000 


3,500 


6,000 


4, 100 


3 ,000 


Cs.rrots 












90 


50 


Cci cry 


1 , OoU 


t n A A 

1 , 900 


2,200 


2,370 


n r- r°\ r\ 

o,500 


4,125 


5,175 


Cucumtc rs 








200 


COU 


oo(J 


f to 


Eggplant 


i ca 
I 0U 


9 A A 
iCUU 


225 


375 


500 


700 


840 


Escarole 


1 OU 


A A 
OUU 


300 


250 


*l AAA 
1 , UUO 


1 CA A 
i , OUU 


1 , 400 




PRO 

C O \J 




450 


325 


^n 

OOU 




o ou 


Green Peas 


4,800 


2,500 


2,800 


1,200 


2,000 


1,800 


650 


Peppers 


800 


700 


1,000 


1,100 


1,350 


1,500 


1,750 


po"C8."boe s 


9 Ann 

/C , '±UU 


2,600 


2,500 


3,000 


'Z. C A A 

, OUU 


C , cUU 


q 9 m 
y , cuu 




c; oaa 

O , C7 00 


2,300 


2,400 


275 


1 jiOU 


C , X uu 




• <s. xe nne ^ oris 












± uu 


t nn 
1 uu 


T TAL ABOVS CtOPS 


ou , 1 4U 


48 , 500 


55,875 


58,495 


oO, /00 


/ /,OlO 


in a 
/ / , U1U 






PASCO COUNTY 








Commodity 


1939-40 


1940-41" 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 


T A A 

100 


Too 


£00 










o vrd.'.'Pern us 


ou 














atermelons 


.^00 


400 


400 


200 


500 


500 


500 


TOTAL ABOVE CIJOPS 


650 


500 


500 


200 


500 


500 


500 






PINELLAS COUNTY 








Commodity 




1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 




1945-46 


.'ate rme Ions 














1 AA 

iuu 






POL A COUNTY 










Commodi ty 


1 y 0^-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


ly 40-44 


1944-40 


IJ40-4O 


Snap Beans 


iO'J 


100 


100 


150 


e r\ 
OU 






C3.bbage 


D.00 


450 


500 


250 


oOO 


400 


O A A 


Cucumbers 


50 




50 




50 


00 


00 


Green Peas 














^n 


peppers 


i ^n 
1 ou 


150 


150 


100 


I ou 




^nn 

OUU 


potatoes 


150 


150 


150 


150 


150 


50 


50 


Strav. r berries 


1,050 


500 


750 


400 


200 


200 


300 


Tomatoes 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


175 


V atermelons 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


150 


150 


TO TAL ABOVE CROPS 


2,200 


1,550 


1,900 


1,250 


1,300 


1,200 


1,475 



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Orlando 
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COUNTY AC IMAGES DF CO: 3 TOEITI-S FY SEASONS 



PUTNA?! county 



Commodi ty 




1939-40 


1940-41" 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Peans 




400 


400 


400 


200 








Cabbage 




1,500 


1,000 


1,300 


600 


1 , 400 


1,300 


900 


Cel ery 




5 


- 


_ 










Cucumbers 




350 


200 


200 


- 


- 


- 


- 














50 


50 


25 


Peppers 










25 








Potatoes 




3,100 


3,300 


2,900 


2,000 


2,700 


2,550 


2,750 


■'"ate melons 




100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


125 


TOTAL 


CHOPS 


5,455 


5,000 


4,900 


2,925 


4,250 


4,000 


4,040 








ST. 


JOHNS COUNTY 








Commodity.' 




1939-40 


1940-41 


19 41-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Bea.ns 




100 


50 


50 


100 








Cabbage 




1,500 


1,500 


2,500 


1,100 


2,o00 


2 , 400 


2 , 500 


Cn cumbers 










100 








Peppers 




_ 






50 








Potatoes 




S,600 


7,100 


6,750 


7,450 


7,800 


7,200 


7,200 


• atermelons 




_ 


- 






_ 


50 


50 


TOTAL ABOV:-i; 


CROPS 


8,200 


8,650 


9,300 


8,800 


10,400 


9 ,650 


g.Zbo 








ST. 


LUCIE COUNTY 








Commodity 




1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1 Q A A 1 

1 »4£,- 4o 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Lima Deans 




300 


500 


350" 


250 


300 


300 


100 


Snip Beans 




150 


100 


200 


500 


250 


100 


100 


Cabbage 




50 


_ 


100 


50 


150 


50 


50 


G'i cumbers 




150 


150 


150 


175 


275 


100 


140 


Eggplant 




_ 


_ 






150 


125 


125 


Green Peas 




• 50 


- 












Poppers 




12o 




100 




o o c 

22b 


1 to 


10D 


Potatoes 




300 


300 


100 




50 






Tomatoes 




2,275 


1,900 


5,500 


3,350 


3,050 


2,500 


5,100 


' 'atermel ons 




- 




50 


50 


50 


100 


100 


TOTAL ABOVE 


CROPS 


3,400 


2,950 


4,550 


4,375 


4 , 500 


3,450 


5,820 








SANTA ROSA C; 


)U1'J TY 








CommoQi by 






1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


T QA^ AA 






Potatoes 








50 




OU 












SARASOTA C0U3 


r TY 








C ommodi ty 




1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cabbage 




50 




~ 200 


50 


500 


250 


100 


Cauliflower 












_ 


15 


15 


Celery 




1,215 


1,400 


1 ,460 


1,410 


1,200 


1,300 


1,360 


Cucumbers 




250 


300 


400 


150 


175 


150 


140 


Eggplant 

O O IT 












25 


- 


- 


Es carol e 










50 • 


- 


100 


35 


Lettuce- 












- 


- 


30 


Peppers 




75 






100 


50 


- 


50 


Potatoes 




150 


100 


200 


400 


250 


300 


280 


Stravberrie 


3 


50 














Tomatoes 




450 


600 


400 


200 


400 


100 


70 


aterraelons 
















50 


TOTAL ABOVE 


CROPS 


2,240 


2,400 


2,560 


2,360 


2,600 


2,215 


2,130 



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COUNTY AC?: AGES OF CQV: r ODI TITS BY SEASONS 
• SEMINOLE COUNTY 



Commodity 




1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-43 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans, 




400 


400 


300 


500 


300 


150 


350 


Cabbage 




600 


500 


800 


- 600 


1,200 


1,150 


1,000 


Carrots 




_ 










10 


50 


Cauliflower 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




100 


10 


Celery • 




4,200 


4,3.50 


4,500 


4,050 


4,100 


3,850 


4,460 


Eggplant . 




45 


25 


- 


- 


25 


_ 


_ 


Escarolc 




500 


250 


550 ' 


500 


400 


350 


570 


Green peas. 












100 


. 100 


100 


Lettuce 




550 ' 


225 


150 ' 


325 


250 


100 


200 


Peppers 




125 


100 


200 


100 


200 


225 


275 


Potatoes 




100 


100 


200 


200 


150 


150 


150 


TOTAL ABOVE 


CEOPS 


6,520 


5,950 


6,500 


6,275 - 


6,725 


6,185 


7,165 








SUM 


TEE COUFTY 








Commodity 




1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Snap Beans 




400 


900 _ 


1~,100 


500 


550 


475 


230 


Cabbage 




500 


300 ' 


300 


150 


400 


200 


50 


Cantaloups 




100 


100 


• ■ 100 


- '50 


. 50 


25 


50 


Cucumbers 




750 


750 


750 


600 


600 


500 


920 


Eggplant 




- 


- 




25 


100 


150 


150 


Lettuce 






25 










10 


Peppers 




400 


OOO 


300 


300 


400 


oOO 


D 1 5 


Strawberries 


400 


350 


350 


175 


50 


75 


100 


Tomatoes 




2,400 


1,500 


1,500 


1,700 


1,500 


1,250 


1,050 


''Watermelons 




700 


800 


500 


500 


1,300 


2,100 


2,000 


TOTAL ABOVE 


CEOPS 


5,650 


5,025 


5,000 


4,000 


5,000 


5,275 


5 ,235 








• 

SU 1 AIE 


SEE COUNTY 








Commodity 




1939-40 


1940-41 


19 41-42 


1942-^3 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Cucumbers 




_. 










50 




" ate me Ions 




3,600 


4,000 


4,000 


2,600 


3,400 


4,800 


4,200 


TOTAL ABOVE 


CEOPS- 


3 , oOO 


4,000 


4,000 - 


2,600 


3,400 


4, 850 


4, 200 








TAYLOE COUNTY 










Commodity 




1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Watermelons 




_ 










50 


So 








UNI Oil OOLTTY 










Commodity 




1939-40 


. 1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Lima Beans 




— 








50 


50 


50 


Snap Beans 




100 


100 






- 


100 


240 


Cabbage 




_ 








50 


50 


50 


Cucumbers 














150 


175 


Potatoes 




200 


200 


150 


150 


125 


100 


100 


Strawberries 




50 




50 










ate melons 




200 


200 


100 


■ 100 


100 


100 


75 


TOTAL ABOVL 


CEOPS 


550 


500 


300 


250 


325 


550 


690 



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COUNTY ACREAGES OF CO! 3 "GDI TIES BY SEASONS 



volusia c our ty 



C ommodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944_45 


1945-46 


Snap Foans 


100 


100 


" loo" 


50 








Cabbage 


200 


150 


200 


100 


300 


300 


200 


Es carol g 


40 


- 


- 




- 






Eopoor s 


25 














Potatoes 


250 


200 


150 


150 


150 


150 


150 


Strawberries 


25 














Watermelons 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


50 


150 


TOTAL ABOVE CROPS 


740 


550 


550 


400 


550 


500 


500 






■TAX 


TOR COURTY 








C ommodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


". ate melons 




_ 






_ 


200 


. 100 






RASRI 


EG TOR COURTY 








C ommodi ty 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-45 


1943-44 


1944-<±5 


1945-46 


potatoes 


_ 








_ 


50 


50 


~ .atermelons 


800 


900 


600 


300 


500 


1,000 


400 


TOTAL AEOVE CROPS 


800 


900 


600 


500 


500 


1,050 


450 






lR.SCM.RiJR OR S CORE TERES 








Commodity 


1939-40 




1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


Lima Beans 


100 


i no" 


5 To 


100 


100 


100 


90 


Snap Beans 


400 


350 


1,000 


200 


850 


300 


510 


Cabbage 




POO 


200 


250 


400 


200 


135 


Cantalouos 










50 


25 


40 


Carrots 












10 


25 


Caulif lo*> rer • 










— 




20 


Cole ry 


20 


50 






— 


25 


35 


Cucumbers 


200 


250 


200 


100 


150 


75 


180 


^ itdI ant 




235 


200 


75 


75 


150 


120 




10 


x>0 


100 




100 




_ 


Le ttuc e 


70 


■ 100 


300 


325 


125 


25 


25 


Green Peas 


- 150 


• 500 


200 


175 


50 


_ 


- 


Peppers 


• 75 


500 


550 


525 


310 


50 


100 


Potatoes 


150 














Strawberries 


50 


- 750 


250 


150 


125 


125 


125 


Totnatoen 


50 


450 ' 


225 


150 


425 


150 


210 


1 ;.a te rme i on s 




500 


300 


200 


150 


50 


100 


rn~\ it At A ^~*,\T~r< [ 




3,835 


3,575 


2,250 


2,910 


1,285 


1,715 


r fiTTi 


~?Y TO TAT, 


ACS. .ERE- 


OF COTMOCITELS BY 


SEAS OR S 


* 


1945-46 


*^ UII y y 


1939-40 


1940-41 


1941-42 


1942-43 


1943-44 


1944-45 


AlacRua 


10,225 


9,100 


' " "97110" 


6,925 


8,100 


11,575 


15,350 


Baker 








100 


_ 




- 


.''X C..U.1 UI u 


1 ,900 


2,300 


1,750 


1,425 


1,300 


1,090 


1,295 


Brevard 


500 


500 


• 265 


100 


570 


250 


200 


Broward 


16,950 


24,650 


23,825 


17,175 


29,400 


29,175 


26,890 


Calhoun 




500 


500 


300 


800 


1,300 


450 


Charlotte 


270 


120 


200 


100 


100 


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COUNTY TOTaL 


AGSBAGES 


OP C0I5-IODITI2S EY 


S^ASOFS 


* 




CO- TiFu.-Jj i rom 


Page 8S --■ 














County 


T A "7 Pi A f\ 

1939-40 


T A /i A il 1 

1940-41 


1C41-42 


1942-43' 


1943-44 


1944-45 


1945-46 


a - — -~ • • — 


c a 

bO 




150 


100 


100 


100 


50 


Clay 


IOC 

12b 


100 


T AA 

100 


-•. 100 


450 


400 


500 


C ol li er 


1 ,b<co 


oOO 


2,325 


1,125 


925 


1 ,400 


1,490 


Columoia 


id 00 


O AA 

200 


50 


50 


300 


325 


350 


Dade . • 


it a a a 

11 ,000 


T c *7aa 

15,300 


23,300 


14,050 


23,350 


23,170 


19,490 




A C A' 

450 


e o c 

525 


/ C A 

450- 


425 


475 


450 


675 


Dixie 








m 




100 


175 


Duval 










O c r\ 

2b0 


O A A 

200 


T A A 

100 


.iscanibia 


■fou 


1 , obO 


-| AAA 

1 ,000 


800 


1,0C0 


1 ,000 


1,430 


Flagler 


f? aa a 
6 ,000 


O a a a 

2 , 600 


3,300 


2 ,825 


3,300 


2 , 700 


5 .250 


Gadsden 


C Pi A 

500 


CAA 

bOO 


A cr A 

450 


c r a 

550 


r* r" a 

550 


350 


500 


Gi 1 ch ri s t 


o a a 
c ,^00 


O OA A 

c , oOO 


i-* AAA 

o,000 


AAA 

900 


2 ,200 


4,100 


6,250 


Giaaes 


- 000 


a AA 

_ . . . 400 


1 ,150 


T IOC 

1,125 


T A C A 

1 , 950 


900 


a j r 

945 


Hani 1 "ton 


yoo 


n a a 
90O 


CAA 

500 


400 


a rr a 

b50 


t a n a 

1,075 


O O A 

880 


Eardee 


4,460 


4,350 


cr ^ c a 

5, o50 


4,350 


2,725 


2 , 675 


4,145 


lien dry 


o t c a 

2 , lbO 


1 ,750 


1 /t rr a 

1 ,4-gO 


1 ,325 


a a r 

925 


rp *^ cr 

o25 


460 


Hernando 


34b 


t aa 

100 


cr a a 

000 


yl AA 

400 


OCA 


OCA 

^50 


16b 


Highlands 


^ a a 
oOO 


42 o 


* C A 


T AAA 

1 ,000 


T O A A 

1 ,200 


a /i cr 

945 


A PA 

460 


Hi lis borough 


' 7-, Or 5 


cr a a a 

b , b00 


/ , oOO 


b, o7b 


a nnc 

0,875 


*7 T A A 

7 ,100 


T A T T C 

10,715 


Holmes 


1 a a 

300 


•-? a A 

oOO 


^ f\ r\ 


O A A 

200 


cr a 


7CA 

350 


O A A 


Indian River 


1 ,Ocb 


1 ,150 


I , 100 


•7*7 C 


1 ,1 65 




O /0 


Jacks on 


o AAA 

2 , 900 


•z i aa 

... 3,100 


2 , 100 


T CAA 
1 , bOO 


n C A A 

2,500 


>l A A A 

4,900 


O A? A A 

^ , /yo 


Jefferson 


oca 
HbO 


*7 a a 

■ . 700 


/ AA 

400 


O AA 

200 


O AA 

800 


S O A A 

1 ,£J00 


•Z / CA 

0,450 


Lai aye true 


150 


i c a 

150 






T AA 

100 


O A A 
id 00 


>( A A 

400 


Lake 


4,300 


A AO C 

4, 625 


4!:, 100 


3 , 400 


a cr c c 

6,555 


A O *7 C 

6,875 


O A AC 

8 ,005 


Lee 


O '7 0A 

2,780 


3,1 50 


o,450 


r? r? cr a 

o,350 


17 cr A 

3, 950 


O OCA 

2 ,850 


3,42b 


Leon 


300 


n aa 

300 


200 


100 


T AA 

100 


T AA 

100 


T C A 

lbO 


Lev;'' 


1 ,850 


1 ,050 


^ OCA 

1 ,250 


400 


O — A 

80O 


1 , 600 


r~ aa 

2,5o0 


TTadison 


1 , 000 


-i a r»A 

1 ,000 


"1 A A A 

1 , 000 


cr A A 

500 


O O A A 

2 ,200 


ao rr 

3,025 


O *7 A A 

2 ,300 


Manatee 


a aa A 

8 ,090 


*7 .1 7C 

7,475 


11 , 100 


7, 725 


/■> a rr a 

6,0o0 


P AAA 

5 ,000 


C C O A 

5,520 


Marion 


7,7 65 


o,150 


a *■) cr 

6,225 


4,175 


5,900 


6,025 


A AAA 

9,790 


liar tin ■• 


O »2 A A 

2 , oOO 


T n r a 

1 ,850 


2 ,000 


1 ,075 


1 O A A 

1 ,800 


1 ,335 


O AT A 

2,010 


Okeechobee 


400 


300 


AAA 

600 


AAA 

2b0 


50 






Or ange 


o no A 

2 , 920 


o ,420 


3 , 340 


3 ,270 


3,92o 


*5 >1 AA 

3,400 


A T9 T A 

4,710 


Osceola 


75 






A f~ 

CD 


150 


50 


r" a 

50 


Pain Beach 


50,140 


48,500 


C " oar 

So , o to 


b8, 49b 


« r n r a 

8b, 750 


77,015 


r? r? ATA 

77,010 


Pasco 


ooO 


C A A 

500 


rr a a 

oOO 


200 


r? c a 

350 


CAA 

b00 


C A A 

oOO 


pir.ellas' 














1 AA 
100 


Polk: 


O AAA 

2 , 200 


t rr cr a 

1 ,550 


i ,yoo 


1 OCA 

1 ,cb0 


i n a a 

1 ,300 


T O A A 

1 ,200 


1 ,4/b 


Putnam 


c /ice 
5 , 4bb 


rr aaa 
,000 


/ O A A 

4,900 


O A O C 

2,92b 


^1 OCA 

4, cOO 


/l AAA 
4 , OOO 


A AAA 


St. Johns 


8 ,200 


8 , 6o0 


9,300 


O ft A A 

8 , 800 


1 A >1 AA 

10,400 


A AT A 

9 , bbO 


Q *7C A 
9 , / 50 


St. Lucie 


3,400 


2 ,950 


i r* r; A 

4,550 


>1 war 

4,375 


A cr A A 

4,500 


T A C A 

3 ,4b0 


C O O A 

b , o<d0 


Santa Rosa 






tr a 

50 




C A 

bO 






Sarasota 


O O ,1 A 

2 , 240 


O /I AA 

2 , 400 


2 , 660 


2 , 3 60 


O AAA 

2 , 600 


2,21b 


c , loO 


Seminole 


6,520 


rr a rr a 

5,950 


£ CAA 
b , OUO 


a 07c; 
b , c 1 


6, 72o 


C T D C 

b, 18b 


I t LOO 


Sumter 


c. £ca 
D , bbO 


C AO c. 


5 ,000 


4,000 


c. AAA 
D , UU O 


O , O 1 D 


O , Cj 00 


Suvannee 


3 , 600 


4,000 


4,000 


' 2,600 


3 ,400 


A OCA 

4, 850 


>1 O AA 

4,c00 


Taylor 












50 


50 


Union 


550 


500 


300 


250 


325 


550 


690 



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COUNTY TOTAL ACREAGES OF C Oi' P TODI TI BS BY SEASONS * 



CONTINUED from Page 90 

C ounty. ' 1939-40 

Volusia 740 
Wal ton 

-."ashing ton 800 

Miscellaneous Go's. 1,475 



1940-41 1941-42 1 942-45 

550 T50 400 

900 600 300 

3,835 3,575 2,250 



1 945-44 1944-45 1945-43 

550 500 "~500 

200 j 100 

600 1,050 450 

2,910 1,285 1,715 



*TTote: These totals include only the commercial vegetable crops listed in this 
booklet. Many counties have sizeable acreages of minor vegetable crops 
for which no estimates are made by this service. In 1939-40, 300 acres 
of canning beans are omitted from county distribution, but canningbeans 
are included in all other years. 



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